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Although there have been momentous changes in South Africa's recent ...
Although there have been momentous changes in South Africa's recent political history, the spatial remnants of apartheid and the planning ideas which underpinned it remain to confound post-apartheid city planners. This book draws on detailed case study material from one South African town, Port Elizabeth, to illustrate the relationship between the state, power, economy and spatial practices.
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|1||States, power and spatiality||11|
|2||The location strategy: the geography of state power and racial domination in South Africa||30|
|3||Continuity, control and the construction of state power: professional discourses in urban government||58|
|4||Government by enlightened neglect: progressive policies and location administration in Port Elizabeth, 1923-1935||81|
|5||An example to the whole Union? State power and liberal policy in the making of McNamee Village, 1935-1945||115|
|6||Riots, removals and regulations: forging a new mode of control, 1945-1955||142|
|7||A burgeoning state apparatus: the Port Elizabeth Native Affairs Department, 1955-1972||175|
|8||Postscript: post-apartheid, post-colonialism: negotiating apartheid urban spaces||205|