Book reviewed in this article:
Arnold, V. L. editor, 1980: Alternatives to confrontation.
Ashford, D. E. editor, 1980: National resources and urban policy.
Marshall, D. R. editor, 1979: Urban policy making.
Black, J. 1981: Urban transport planning.
Burkhart, L. C. 1981: Old values in a new town: the politics of race and class in Columbia, Maryland.
Johnson, D. and Campbell, R. 1981: Black migration in America: a social demographic history.
Cherry, G. C. editor, 1981: Pioneers in British planning.
Cornford, A. J. 1979: The market for owned houses in England and Wales since 1945.
Kemeny, J., 1981: The myth of homeownership
Dunleavy, P. 1980: Urban political analysis: the politics of collective consumption.
Dunleavy, P. 1981: The politics of mass housing in Britain 1945–75. A study of corporate power and professional influence in the welfare state.
Gittell, M. Hoffacker, B. Rollins, E. Foster, S. and Hoffacker, M. 1980: Limits to citizen participation: the decline of community organizations.
Zald, M. N. and McCarthy, J. D. editor, 1979: The dynamics of social movements: resource mobilization, social control and tactics.
Howell, J. M. and Stamm, C. F. 1980: Urban fiscal stress; a comparative analysis of 66 US cities.
Rossi, P. H. 1980: Why families move, second edition.
Clark, W. A. V. and Moore, E. G. editors, 1980: Residential mobility and public policy. (Urban Affairs Annual Reviews, volume 19).
Touraine, A. 1981: The voice and the eye: an analysis of social movements.
Swenarton, M. 1981: Homes fit for heroes.