G arden Cities of To-morrow has done more than any other single book to guide the modern town planning movement and to alter its objectives. But it has met the traditional misfortune of the classic: it is denounced by those who have plainly never read it and it is sometimes accepted by those who have not fully understood it. Nothing could be a more timely contribution to building a life-centred civilization than the republication of Sir Ebenezer Howard's famous book.