Book reviewed in this article:
Aldridge, M. 1979: The British new towns: a programme without a policy.
Golany, G. editor, 1978: International urban growth policies: New town contributions.
Balchin, P. N. 1979: Housing improvement and social inequality.
Zeitz, E. 1979: Private urban renewal.
Blowers, A. 1980: The limits of power: the politics of planning policy.
CSE State Group 1979: Struggles over the state: Cuts and restructuring in contemporary Britain.
Crouch, C. editor, 1979: State and economy in contemporary capitalism.
Poulantzas, N. 1976: The capitalist state.
Keim, K‐D. 1979: Milieu in Städten. Ein Konzept zur Analyse älterer Wohnquartiere.
Kuklinski, A., editor, 1977: Social issues in regional policy and regional planning.
Lajugie, J., Delfaud, P. and Lacour, C. 1979: Espace régional et aménagement du territoire.
Moseley M. J. 1979: Accessibility: the rural challenge.
Moseley, M. J., Harman, R. G., Coles, O. B. and Spencer, M. B. 1977: Rural transport and accessibility, 2 volumes.
Mullan, B. 1980: Stevenage Ltd: aspects of the planning and politics of Stevenage New Town 1945–1978.
Payne, G. K. 1977: Urban housing in the third world.
Kilmartin, L. and Thorns, D. C. 1978: Cities unlimited: the sociology of urban development in Australia and New Zealand.
Lawless, P. 1979: Urban deprivation and government initiative.