Suggested Reading:

Cities and the Wealth of Nations

City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles
5 of 5 stars
Did those corporations? The Catholic church? The politicians? really behave like that?! Reads like a crime novel.
tagged:
to-read
The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York
5 of 5 stars
A perfect example of good coexisting with evil…. in one human being. The story of the decision regarding bridge heights on way to Long Island… .priceless.
tagged:
to-read
The City in History: Its Origins, Its Transformations, and Its Prospects
5 of 5 stars
If I say “life changing”, you would think that may be a bit strong. But true. A fantastic view of urban life and history by a smart progressive. None better.
tagged:
to-read
The Image of the City
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
Cities for People
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
The Works: Anatomy of a City
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read and want-to-read
Smart Cities: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for a New Utopia
5 of 5 stars
Terrific review of what works, what doesn’t and why in “civic tech”. And what cities need to be better homes for their citizens.
tagged:
to-read
Privatization
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
Leviathan
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
Politics
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
Development as Freedom
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read
A Theory of Justice
0 of 5 stars
tagged:
to-read

 

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