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Reclaiming San Francisco : history, politics, culture : a City Lights anthology

Author: James Brook; Chris Carlsson; Nancy J Peters; City Lights Books.
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : City Lights Books, ©1998.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Brook; Chris Carlsson; Nancy J Peters; City Lights Books.
ISBN: 0872863352 9780872863354
OCLC Number: 37260886
Description: xi, 355 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Contents: An appetite for the city / Richard A. Walker --
Going public : the San Francisco Civic Center / Susan Schwartzenberg --
Weeds : a talk at the library / Nicholson Baker --
About that blood in the scuppers / Georgia Smith --
The progress club : 1934 and class memory / Chris Carlsson --
The silver legacy : San Francisco and the Comstock lode / Jon Christensen --
Pecuniary emulation : the role of tycoons in imperial city-building / Gray Brechin --
Suicide in the city / Ann Garrison --
Remarks on the poetic transformation of San Francisco / James Brook --
You are here (you think) : a San Francisco bus tour / Bernie Lubell, Dean MacCannell, and Juliet Flower MacCannell --
Location : San Francisco / Marina McDougall and Hope Mitnick --
Another view of Chinatown : Yun Gee and the Chinese Revolutionary Artists' Club / Anthony W. Lee --
Black consciousness in the art of Sargent Johnson / Tommy L. Lott --
The Beat Generation and San Francisco's culture of dissent / Nancy J. Peters --
Riffs on Mission District Raza writers / Juan Felipe Herrera --
Street subversion : the political geography of murals and graffiti / Timothy W. Drescher --
The Miracle Mile : South of Market and gay male leather, 1962-1997 / Gayle S. Rubin --
From Manila Bay to Daly City : Filipinos in San Francisco / James Sobredo --
Tenant power in San Francisco / Randy Shaw --
The Tenderloin : what makes a neighborhood / Rob Waters and Wade Hudson --
Call any vegetable : the politics of food in San Francisco / Jesse Drew --
Seeing the trees through the forest : oaks and history in the Presidio / Pete Holloran.
Responsibility: edited by James Brook, Chris Carlsson, and Nancy J. Peters.

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