Show More Inner-City Poverty in Paris and London by Peter Willmott and Charles Madge.
Routledge, 146 pp., £8.50, August 1981, 0 7100 0819 8Show More
The Inner City in Context edited by Peter Hall.
Heinemann, 175 pp., £12.50, October 1981, 0 435 35718 2Show More
New Perspectives in Urban Change and Conflict edited by Michael Harloe.
Heinemann, 265 pp., £15, December 1981, 9780435824044Show More
The Politics of Poverty by David Donnison.
Martin Robertson, 239 pp., £9.95, December 1981, 0 85520 481 8Show More
The Politics of Poverty by Susanne MacGregor.
Longman, 193 pp., £2.95, November 1981, 0 582 29524 6Show More
“... It is a common post-Enlightenment assumption that taking thought will help to make the world a better place. Gathering information, presenting it clearly, and then showing the relevance for policy, has a firm place in British intellectual life, stretching well back into the 19th century, as Philip Abrams showed in his masterly book The Origins of British Sociology ...”