Remaking New York primitive globalization and the politics of urban community /
Inequality increases, instability grows, communities fragment: this is the fate of a city in the wake of globalization--but is globalization really the cause? Proposing a new perspective on politics, globalization, and the city, this provocative book argues that such urban problems result in part fr...
|Published:||Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2003.|
|Series:||Globalization and community ;
v. 12. |
|Online Access:||Books@JSTOR Access restricted to Knox College affiliates.|
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