Local Protests, Global Movements: Capital, Community, and State in San Francisco
By: Karl Beitel (author)Hardback
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How San Francisco's housing protest movements help us understand global mobilization
Karl Beitel is a writer and scholar currently living in San Francisco. His work has addressed urban theory, the global economy, and U.S. foreign policy.
Acknowledgments 1 Situating San Francisco 2 Constructing San Francisco's Growth Control and Housing Rights Movements 3 A Framework for the Analysis of Urban Movements 4 Dot-com Boom and Struggles in the Mission 5 The Public-Private Partnership: The Case of Mission Bay 6 Urban Movements and the Question of Urban Governance 7 Local and Global Implications of San Francisco Notes References Index
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