The working man's reward : Chicago's early suburbs and the roots of American sprawl /
"Between the 1860s and 1920s, Chicago's working-class immigrants designed the American dream of home-ownership. They imagined homes as small businesses, homes that were simultaneously a consumer-oriented respite from work and a productive space that workers hoped to control. Leapfrogging o...
|Published:||Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, |
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