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Norman Street : poverty and politics in an urban neighborhood

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Increasingly prescient at a moment of economic crisis when people are again occupying public spaces in major American cities, spurred to collective action by mounting economic inequalities and the government’s role in perpetuating them, Susser’s study of change, action, and conflict in a neighborhood that has become emblematic of urban transformation-for better and worse-has much to say to us today.


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