MANCHESTER AND SÃO PAULO. PROBLEMAS OF RAPID URBAN GROWTH. EDITED BY JOHN D. WIRTH AND ROBERT L. JONES.
Stanford, (CA), Stanford University Press, 1978. 234p., illus., tables, index, boards,dj Good Hardcover 0804710058 "Nineteenth-century Manchester, the first great industrial city, and twentieth-century São Paulo, the premier industrial city of the Third World, are the two great paradigims of explosive urban growth under industrial capitalism. The nine papers in this book examine the simmilarities and differences in the forces that shaped the two cities, in the process providing general insights into the conditions and consequences of radid urbanization and industrialization". Includes notes (Item ID: 108625)