Cities For Sale
A new book takes on neoliberal attempts to revitalize urban centers.
If you live in or near a big city, you may not realize that neoliberalism is fiendishly taking over your environ. No, it’s not just the Starbucks by your office, or the Gap that just opened in the once-edgy neighborhood. It’s also the high-rise condominium apartment building going up over the subway station, the new sports arena downtown, the industrial loft conversion, and even the brownstone getting flipped in that sketchy neighborhood.
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