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This paper investigates why low‐income housing agencies in Jamaica do not accomplish their self‐imposed progressive mandates to assist large numbers of poor people. To expose what produces gaps between policy and practice, the analysis focuses on how housing programs are organized, both in...
A so‐called “going beyond” Marxism will be at worst only a return to pre‐Marxism; at best, only the rediscovery of a thought already contained in the philosophy which one believes he has gone beyond. As for “revisionism,” this is either a truism or an absurdity. There is no need to readapt a...
Books reviewed in this article: T. Brindley, Y. Rydin, and G. Stoker, Remaking Planning: the Politics of Urban Change in the Thatcher Years. S. Hecht and A. Cockburn, The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers and Defenders of the Amazon. K. Post and P. Wright, Socialism and Underdevelopment.
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