A plan for rational improvements to the city of Los Angeles.
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Ending the exploitation of urban care workers requires radically democratic alternatives that go beyond the rhetoric of “work-life balance.”
By embracing inclusionary zoning, Mayor de Blasio gets to put forth a big, bold plan for reducing inequalities without challenging capitalists.
The luxury suites in modern stadiums are reminders that capitalist society values elite consumption over public enjoyment.
Social impact bonds offer private interests yet another opportunity to enrich themselves at public expense.
The resolution of New York City’s fiscal crisis became a template for neoliberals around the world.
We will not go into the socialist city blindly, but with lessons from a century of experiments.
SimCity isn’t a sandbox. Its rules reflect the neoliberal common sense of today’s urban planning.
Experiments in design promise a better future for everyone, but only if they come with emancipatory politics to boot.
How did a brand of gay-friendly values become synonymous with those most prized by capitalist urban redevelopment?
We should all get the chance to escape the city and enjoy leisure — without the hefty ecological footprint.
From British Hong Kong to Paul Romer’s charter cities, neoliberals have a solution for us all.
Richard Florida chats about Karl Kautsky, Karl Marx, and other urban creative types.
Rio has used mega-events like the World Cup and the Olympics as a “state of exception” to push through private development projects and neoliberal reforms.
We aim to reclaim the city as a space for struggle and solidarity in pursuit of needs and wants.
The workers of Red Vienna struggled to secure their basic needs — through militant organizing and political power.
Much of the working class is being forced out into suburbia. We must adapt our organizing strategies to keep up.
China’s ambitious new urbanization plan comes with a set of contradictions the Communist Party won’t be able to control.
The destruction of public housing in Atlanta and Chicago exposes capitalism’s violent logic.