Neoliberal cities : the remaking of postwar urban America /

"'Neoliberal cities' is a critical exploration of the process of remaking of postwar urban America"--

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Other Authors / Creators:Diamond, Andrew J., editor.
Sugrue, Thomas J., 1962- editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: New York : New York University Press, [2020]
Series:NYU series in social and cultural analysis.
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505 0 0 |g Introduction:  |t Historicizing the Neoliberal Metropolis /  |r Andrew J. Diamond and Thomas J. Sugrue --  |t Race, Poverty, and Neighborhood Planning in Chicago from the New Deal to Neoliberalism /  |r Mary Pattillo --  |t "New Life, New Vigor, and New Values": Privatization, Service Work, and the Rise of Neoliberal Urbanism in Postwar Southern California /  |r Thomas Adams --  |t Politics of Austerity: The Moral Economy in 1970s New York /  |r Kim Phillips-Fein --  |t Doing Business New Orleans Style: Racial Progressivism and the Politics of Uneven Development /  |r Megan French-Marcelin --  |t Color of War: Race, Neoliberalism, and Punishment in Late Twentieth-Century Los Angeles /  |r Donna Murch --  |t Is Gentrification the Result of Neoliberalism? The Cultural Making of the Real Estate Market in Boston's South End, 1965-2005 /  |r Sylvie Tissot --  |t Race, Participation, and Institutional Transformation in the Neoliberal City: Black Politics in Cleveland, 1965-2010 /  |r Michael McQuarrie. 
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520 |a The American city has long been a laboratory for austerity, governmental decentralization, and market-based solutions to urgent public problems such as affordable housing, criminal justice, and education. Through richly told case studies from Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and New York, Neoliberal Cities provides the necessary context to understand the always intensifying racial and economic inequality in and around the city center. In this original collection of essays, urban historians and sociologists trace the role that public policies have played in reshaping cities, with particular attention to labor, the privatization of public services, the collapse of welfare, the rise of gentrification, the expansion of the carceral state, and the politics of community control. In so doing, Neoliberal Cities offers a bottom-up approach to social scientific, theoretical, and historical accounts of urban America, exploring the ways that activists and grassroots organizations, as well as ordinary citizens, came to terms with new market-oriented public policies promoted by multinational corporations, financial institutions, and political parties. Neoliberal Cities offers new scaffolding for urban and metropolitan change, with attention to the interaction between policymaking, city planning, social movements, and the market. 
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