Alison Ravetz addresses the contentious subject of public provision of housing, examining the contribution it has made to the relief of poverty, and the relevance, place and purpose of utopian thought and practice in modern society.
Related books and articles
Public Relations in Britain: A History of Professional Practice in the 20th Century By Jacquie L'Etang Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004
Public Housing That Worked: New York in the Twentieth Century By Nicholas Dagen Bloom University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008
Cold War, Crisis and Conflict: The History of the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1951-68 By John Callaghan Lawrence & Wishart, 2001
Juggling with Welfare and Greatness: Britain under the Tories, 1951-64 By Porter, Dilwyn History Review, September 1999
Karen Flynn, Moving beyond Borders: A History of British Canadian and Caribbean Women in the Diaspora By Springfield, Consuelo Lopez Labour/Le Travail, No. 72, Fall 2013
Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
Roll Up That Map of the Eurozone. (Leader) By New Statesman (1996), Vol. 132, No. 4642, June 16, 2003
We Need to Be Braver By Farrell, Terry New Statesman (1996), Vol. 130, No. 4545, July 9, 2001
The Past around Us: Made in the Midlands and Built to Last By The Birmingham Post (England), January 1, 2000
The [Pounds Sterling]1.5m Slum; Yesterday, the New Blairite Supremo of the National Trust Unveiled Her First Purchase. . . This 19th Century Inner-City Tenement Block By Wilkes, David Daily Mail (London), October 17, 2001