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'Latino City' Accessible Online FREE until August 5, 2017

Thursday, July 6, 2017  
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Looking to review a book for possible course adoption or your research?

 Routledge, the publisher of Erualdo Gonzalez’s new book “Latino City: Urban Planning, Politics and Grassroots (2017)” has released the book for free through August 5th. The book addresses gentrification, urban politics, urban design, and neighborhood planning in the immigrant and working-class Southern California city of Santa Ana and tracks redevelopment over four decades. Listen to a recent podcast of an interview about the book.

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