Budapest and New York : studies in metropolitan transformation, 1870-1930 /
Little over a century ago, New York and Budapest were both flourishing cities engaging in spectacular modernization. By 1930 New York had emerged as an innovating cosmopolitan metropolis, while Budapest languished under the conditions that would foster fascism. Budapest and New York explores the inc...
|Published:||New York : Russell Sage Foundation, ©1994.|
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