Social justice and the city


Social justice and the city

David Harvey

Basil Blackwell, 1988

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Originally published: London : Arnold, 1973

Includes bibliography and indexes



This collection of essays was inspired by David Harvey's desire to relate principles of social justice to the application of spatial and geographical principles in urban and regional planning. The result is an analysis of urbanism and social need. This reissue contains a foreword by Ira Katznelson and a new afterword by the author.


  • Foreword by Ira Katznelson
  • Part One Liberal Formulations
  • 1. Social Processes and Urban Form: (i) the conceptual problems of urban planning
  • 2. Social Processes and Urban Form: (ii) the redistribution of real income in an urban system
  • 3. Social Justice and Spatial Systems
  • Part Two Socialist Formulations
  • 4. Revolutionary and Counter-revolutionary theory in geography and the problem of ghetto formation
  • 5. Use value, exchange value and the theory of urban land use
  • 6. Urbanism and the City - an interpretive essay
  • Part Three Synthesis
  • 7. Conclusions and Reflections
  • 8. Afterword (1988).

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