Regional Planning Association of America

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The Regional Planning Association of America was an organization formed in 1923 to advance the concepts of Centralized planning in the United States.[1]

Notable members of the association include Clarence Stein, Benton MacKaye, Lewis Mumford, Alexander Bing, Henry Wright, Gifford Pinchot, and Stuart Chase.[2]

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