Shadow Cities A Billion Squatters, a New Urban World
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Description: 'Shadow Cities' offers an historically based justification of squatters' rights, arguing that property rights are not 'natural'. To argue his case, Neuwirth provides first-hand accounts of squatters in megacities throughout the world - Rio, Delhi, Istanbul and Nairobi.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publication date: 3/28/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Preface: Out of the Shadows|
|Prologue: Crossing the Tin Roof Boundary Line|
|Rio de Janeiro: City without Titles|
|Nairobi: The Squatter Control|
|Mumbai: Squatter Class Structure|
|Istanbul: The Promise of Squatter Self-Government|
|The 21st Century Medieval City|
|Squatters in New York|
|Issues on the Way Forward|
|The Habitat Fantasy|
|Are Squatters Criminals?|
|Proper Squatters, Improper Property|
|The Cities of Tomorrow|