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Compact Operators on Hilbert Space (2005)(en)(7s) by Garrett P.

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Hannerz 1996, 56 –57) We would add that attention to cultural diversity also leads to community empowerment, expanded citizenship, and the involvement of people in the governance and maintenance of their neighborhoods and workplaces. It expands the notion of individual rights of citizenship to include the survival of one’s culture and/or cultural group, and the marking of its importance in the landscape. We would also add that creativity from cultural contact and interaction flows from cooperation as well as from working out solutions to conflicts and confrontation.

Among the early urban park projects of the National Park Service, as authorized by the Historic Sites Act of 1935, were the “National Expansion Memorial,” in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1935, and the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, in 1938. Work at the St. Louis site culminated not in preservation at all, but rather in site clearance and construction, in the 1960s, of Eero Saarinen’s Gateway Arch. In 1948 Congress authorized another major historical project in an urban setting, Independence National Historical Park.

The promenade gave access to handball and basketball courts. Two spacious buildings—a “gleaming restaurant” and a bathhouse—stood at the center point of the promenade (Cutler 1985). A divided parkway led visitors to the beach through the woods of Pelham Bay Park, arriving at a giant parking lot. A landscaped mall then led from the lot toward the beach and bathhouse. At either end of the beach and in back of the handball /basketball courts, existing wooded slopes were modified to create extensive picnic groves with tables and grills.

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