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D Knepper offers the first look at this important social experiment Knepper describes theKnepper offers the first comprehensive look at this important social experiment Knepper describes the of Greenbelt the ideology of its founders and their struggle to create a cooperative planned community in the capitalist United States She tells how the town saved at one point by the intervent. .