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posted by Donna Stewart on 2023-06-12T09:51:00-04:00 in EngagedScholarship@CSU, Open Access | 0 Comments


The Way We Are: 100 Plain Dealer Op-Eds by Thomas E. Bier 

The Way We Are: 100 Plain Dealer Op-eds by Thomas BierCleveland State University's MSL Academic Endeavors, publishing imprint of the Michael Schwartz Library, is pleased to announce the publication of a new book titled The Way We Are: 100 Plain Dealer Op-Eds by Thomas E. Bier. Available exclusively from EngagedScholarship @ Cleveland State University, the book contains 100 op-ed articles submitted by Thomas Bier to the Plain Dealer and published between 1977 and 2022. Most of the articles concern a current event or issue in the city of Cleveland and/or communities in Northeast Ohio. 100 articles involve 100 topics, varying from local history, to the effect of public policy on communities, to where to locate a new baseball stadium.

Thomas Bier was director of the Cleveland State University’s Center for Housing Research and Policy from 1982 until 2003 when he retired.

More from Thomas Bier

E-book: Housing Dynamics in Northeast Ohio: Setting the Stage for Resurgence, 2017 

Other publications by Thomas Bier in Engaged Scholarship

Michael Schwartz Library Digital Publishing

MSL Academic Endeavors, the publishing imprint of Cleveland State University Michael Schwartz Library, accepts manuscripts from local authors about the culture and history of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. We also accept scholarly material from CSU faculty to publish open textbooks and other open educational resources. Books and Open Educational Resources are digitally published in EngagedScholarship @ Cleveland State University, a virtual showcase for CSU’s research and creative output.

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