Power, Culture and Place: Essays on New York City

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With a population and budget exceeding that of many nations, a central position in the world's cultural and corporate networks, and enormous concentrations off wealth and poverty, New York City intensifies interactions among social forces that elsewhere may be hidden or safely separated. The essays in Power, Culture, and Place represent the first comprehensive program of research on this city in a quarter century. Focusing on three historical transformations--the mercantile, industrial, and postindustrial--several ...

Power, Culture and Place: Essays on New York City 1989, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780871546036

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