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Readership: Students and scholars of eminent domain and property law and policy, sociology, and urban studies.
Debbie Becher, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Barnard College, Columbia University
Debbie Becher is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Barnard College, Columbia University.
Chapter 1. Investment and Government Legitimacy
Chapter 2. The Policy and Politics of Urban Redevelopment
Chapter 3. Rhetoric without a Cause: Beyond Libertarian and Left Cries of Abuse
Chapter 4. American Street I: From Badlands to Promised Lands
Chapter 5. American Street II: From Promises to Protests
Chapter 6. Jefferson Square I: Competing Visions of Investment Protection
Chapter 7. Jefferson Square II: Legitimacy through Reconciled Visions
Chapter 8. Compensating for Property by Recognizing Investments
Chapter 9. The Politics of Property