Book reviewed in this article:
Badcock, B. 1984: Unfairly structured cities.
Bowles, S., Gordon, D.M. and Weisskopf, T.E. 1983: Beyond the waste land: a democratic alternative to economic decline.
Reich, R.B. 1983: The next American frontier.
Cooper, F. editor, 1983: Struggle for the city: migrant labor capital and the state in urban Africa.
Cox, A. 1984: Adversary politics and land: the conflict over land and property policy in post‐war Britain.
Daunton, M.J. 1983: House and home in the Victorian City: working class housing 1850–1914.
Gaskell, S.M. 1983: Building control: national legislation and the introduction of local by‐laws in Victorian England.
Doling, J. and Davies, M. 1984: Public control of privately rented housing.
Hillier, B. and Hanson, J. 1984: The social logic of space.
Oakey, R. 1984: High technology small firms: innovation and regional development in Britain and the United States.
Owens, P.L. and House, R. editors, 1984: Radical geography: an annotated bibliography.
Rokkan, S. and Urwin, D.W. 1983: Economy, territory, identity: the politics of west European peripheries.
Samuels, R.J. 1983: The politics of regional policy in Japan.
Smith, D.M. editor, 1982: Living under apartheid: aspects of urbanization and social change in South Africa.