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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Preface:  Henri  Lefebvre's Vision
Section  1: The  Right to the City
1 The  Right to the City
2 The  Urban  Roots of Capitalist  Crises
3 The Creation  of the Urban  Commons
4 The Art  of Rent
Section  II : Rebel  Cities
5 Reclaiming  the  City for Anti-Capitalist  Struggle
6 London 2011:  Feral  Capitalism  Hits the Streets
7 #OWS:  The  Party  of Wall  Street  Meets  Its  Nemesis
Acknowledgments
Notes
	Preface
	Chapter 1
	Chapter 2
	Chapter 3
	Chapter 4
	Chapter 5
Index
                        
Document Text Contents
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84 REBEL CIT I ES

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1 86 REBEL CITI ES

SoHo, New York City, 78
South Africa, 109. See also

Johannesburg
Soviet Un ion, 9, 53, 1 07, 1 1 2, 1 1 5, 1 23,

1 35, 140
Spain, 1 1 , 1 2, 3 1 , 44, 45, 1 57, 1 64. See

also Barcelona; Basque Country;
Madrid

Spanish Civil War, 1 1 5
Speer, Albert, 107
Stiglitz, Joseph, 45
Stockman, David, 53
Suez Canal, 7
Suez S.A., 1 4 1 , 147
Sweden, 30-3 1 , 77
Syntagma Square, Athens, 73, 1 1 6, 1 1 7,

1 6 1

Tabb, William, 10
Taft-Hartley Act, 1 34
Tahbilk, 97-98
Tahrir Square, Cairo, 73, 1 1 6, 1 1 7, 1 6 1 ,

1 62, 1 64
Taipei, 1 2
TARP. See Troubled Asset Relief

Program (TARP)
Tate Gallery, London, I l l
Tea Party, 147
Teetering on the Rim (Gill) , 144
Thailand, 3 I , 34. See also Bangkok
Thatcher, Margaret, 6, 20, 1 2 1 , 1 36,

142, 1 56
Thomas, Brinley, 42-43, 44
Thompson, E. P. , 1 32
Tiananmen Square, 1 1 7
Tiebout, Charles, 82
Tokyo, 88
Toronto, 1 37
Toxteth, Liverpool, 1 56
"lhe Tragedy of the Commons"

(Hardin), 68
Troubled Asset Relief Program

(TARP), 58

Turin, 1 1 6, 1 32

United Kingdom. See Great Britain
United Nations, 4
United States, 8- 14 passim, 1 8-27

passim, 44-64 passim, 78-86
passim, 147; Civil Rights
movement, 3; construction
workers, 1 30; Excluded Workers
Congress, 1 3 1 -32, 1 37, 1 5 1 ;
financial crisis, 29-34 passim;
immigrants' rights movement,
1 1 8- 1 9; labor movement, 1 32;
loss of household wealth, 1 33;
mortgage refinancing, I I ,
48-49, 170n6; Occupy Wall
Street movement, 1 1 6- 1 7, 1 1 9,
1 6 1 - 64 passim; sixties uprisings
in, 15 , 1 1 5, 1 1 6, 1 1 7; socialist
officials, 1 36; tourism in, 92,
109; wine industry, 98. See also
Wall Street

United States Social Forum, xii
UNITE HERE, 1 32
The Urban Revolution (Lefebvre), xiv,

xvii

Vienna, 1 1 6, 1 35

Wall Street, 1 5, 23-24, 39, 54, 1 59-64
passim. See also Occupy Wall
Street movement

Watts, Los Angeles, 5 1
Webber, Jeffrey, 1 4 1 -43, 1 5 1
West Bank, Palest ine, 1 1 7
Williamsburg, New York City, 78
Wine Advocate, 98
Works Progress Administration

(WPA), 52
World Bank, 75, 1 1 9, 1 37
World Development Report (2009),

28-29, 34, 46, 50, 1 69n4
World Social Forum, xii, I l l , 1 1 9

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