By: D Simon
226 pages, B/w photos, tabs, maps
The author examines the current role of African cities nationally and internationally, stressing particularly the gulf between official planning and management and the real needs of most city-dwellers, the consequences of indebtedness and poverty for urban life, and the relationship between social process and the built environment.
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