Growth, politics, and the stratification of places

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Systematic inequalities among interdependent places are described here as a dimension of stratification of persons and organizations. The "stratification of places" is compared with the classic dimensions of class and status as a basis of collective action, and it is argued that the competition of places is a significant cause of the territorial differentiation of human communities. CR - Copyright © 1978 The University of Chicago Press

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  • John R. Logan

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