"The Cities' Wealth is a brilliant exposition of the political programs developed in Berkeley, California, by a radical coalition of activists. The programs are concrete, policy-oriented, and grounded in experience. They are based on the premise that the legitimate powers of the city - to tax, own property, borrow capital at reduced rates, and own productive enterprises - can be made to serve the needs of the majority of community residents." - Lee Webb, Conference on Alternative State and Local Policies.
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