Saving America’s Cities (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) follows the life and career of urban planner Edward J. Logue in 20th century America after World War II when cities were in a decline and residents escaped to the suburbs. In this biography, Lizabeth Cohen ’73 describes the policy and resource successes Logue enjoyed and also the negative social consequences of Logue’s urban renewal policies in New Haven, Conn., Boston, and New York City.