Book reviewed in this article:
Baldassare, M. editor, 1983: Cities and urban living.
Castells, M. 1983: The city and the grassroots.
Crenson, M. 1983: Neighborhood politics.
Efrat, E. 1984: Urbanization in Israel.
Fainstein, N. and Fainstein, S. editors, 1982: Urban policy under capitalism.
Fraser, D. and Sutcliffe, A. editors, 1983: The pursuit of urban history.
Harrison, M.L. editor, 1984: Corporatism and the welfare state.
Hartman, C. editor, 1983: America’s housing crisis: what is to be done?
Husbands, C.T. 1983: Racial exclusionism and the city: the urban support of the National Front.
Long, M. 1982: Moral regime and model institutions: precursors of town planning in early Victorian England.
Melling, J. 1983: Rent strikes: peoples’ struggle for housing in west Scotland, 1890–1916.
Damer, S. 1982: Rent strike! The Clydebank rent strike of the 1920s.
Mollenkopf, J. 1983: The contested city.
Offe, C. (edited by Keane, J.) 1984: Contradictions of the welfare state.
Sandercock, L. and Berry, M. 1983: Urban political economy.
Schill, M.H. and Nathan, R.P. 1983: Revitalizing America’s cities: neighborhood reinvestment and displacement.
Sharpe, W. and Wallock, L. editors, 1983: Visions of the modern city: essays in history, art and literature.
Wynn, M. editor, 1983: Housing in Europe.