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Urban Planning International
s Garden City Theory and his book Garden Cities of To-morrow is one of the greatest thinking in the history of urban planning, which has inspired urban planners in different periods of modern planning history. This paper takes two concepts from Garden Cities of To-morrow, "the sociable cities" and "the disappeared landlord rental", as theoretical prototypes to trace the origin for the complex relation of urbanization. Following Howard's framework, this complex relation is further explored indoi:10.22217/upi.2015.170 fatcat:4tdibr5dkrdw3lhfjlx7oieavq