a Livable Robert Mark The Next Los Angeles : StruggLe for City. By Gottlieb, M. Freer and Peter Dreier. Los of Vallianatos, Regina Angeles: University California 2005. 279 Press, $21.95 pp. paper. The authors of The Next Los the book as &dquo;a a Angelzs present history, and an evaluation of the for both in policy analysis, opportunities change, Los and in other of the For those who are Angeles regions country.&dquo; intrigued or the of labor and inspired by political insurgency community organizations in this whether or not believe that L.A. is the future of enigmatic city, they urban North The Next Los is a worthwhile resource. The book America, Anglers reclaims L.A.’s that diverse social movements over roots, arguing progressive the have an alternative vision about the course of city’s development provided Los its urban and its social relations. Angeles, landscape, Much of the book is devoted to L.A.’s evolution over the twentieth framed an between business interests and century, by asymmetrical struggle activists. The first section the interwoven of socialists and explores legacies trade the civil activists in radical unionists, rights movement, community Latino and African American and other &dquo;radicals and reform- neighborhoods, ers&dquo; that constituted L.A.&dquo;
Labor Studies Journal – SAGE
Published: Sep 1, 2005
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