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As the twentieth century drew to a close, the rich were getting richer; power was concentrated within huge corporations; vast tracts of the earth were being laid waste: three-quarters of the world's population had no control of its destiny and no claim to basic rights. There was nothing new in this. What was new was the virtual absence of any political will to do anything about it. Spaces of Hope takes issue with this. David Harvey brings an exciting perspective to two of the principal themes of contemporary social ...

Spaces of Hope 2000, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

ISBN-13: 9780520225787

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Spaces of Hope 2000, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780748612680

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