The City in Time and Space

This book, rightly described as an 'ambitious study', is an extraordinary, somewhat breathless race through the history of cities throughout the world from ancient Sumeria to present-day metropolises. It is full of fascinating and sobering, if generally undeveloped insights: for example, the correlation between cruel social injustice (including regular expulsions ...

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