Where's Robert Moses when you need him? These days, it’s tempting to wish for an all-powerful champion of design. But be careful. As the master planner for Hanoi, Vietnam, architect Brad Perkins learns that working for an authoritarian, single-party government doesn’t eliminate every roadblock. New Urbanist Andrés Duany decries the "orgy of public process" that inhibits urban planning. And three students, by contrast, tap into community organizing in their competition-winning scheme for suburban Long Island, N.Y. Read on to learn more.