This book explores how social fragmentation led to pluralistic public policies in Chicago, Moscow, and Osaka.
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Introduction: from hegemony to pragmatic pluralism; Part I. Three Industrial Giants: 2. Porkopolis; 3. Russia's calico heart; 4. Kitchen of the country; Part II. Tales of Success and Excess: 5. Transit tussles; 6. Educating Moscow's workers; 7. Prosperity's harbor; Part III. Riots and Revolution: 8. Charter failure; 9. The worst-housed city in Europe; 10. Poverty and riots; Part IV. Conclusion: 11. Successful pragmatic pluralists: the practice of politics without hegemony; 12. The practice of pragmatic pluralism: the city, transitional capitalism, and the meaning of Moscow.
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