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100 1  McDonald, David A.|q(David Alexander) 
245 10 World city syndrome :|bneoliberalism and inequality in 
       Cape Town /|cDavid A. McDonald. 
260    London :|bRoutledge,|cc2008. 
300    xxv, 355 p. :|bill., maps 
440  0 Routledge studies in human geography ;|v18 
505 0  Introduction: World City Syndrome 1. Cape Town as World 
       City 2. Cape Town as Capitalist City 3. Cape Town as 
       Neoliberal City 4. Respatializing Cape Town (I): Local 
       Government Restructuring 5. Respatializing Cape Town (II):
       Investments in the Built Environment 6. Privatizing Cape 
       Town 7. Cost Recovering Cape Town 8. Disciplining Cape 
       Town 9. (De)Africanizing Cape Town 10. Keep Left for Cape 
       Town: Alternative Development Strategies 
506 1  325 annual accesses.|5UkHlHU 
650  0 Human geography|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
650  0 Neoliberalism|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
650  0 Urbanization|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
650  0 Equality|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
650  0 Racism|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
650  0 Sociology, Urban|zSouth Africa|zCape Town. 
651  0 Cape Town (South Africa)|xGeography. 
651  0 Cape Town (South Africa)|xPolitics and government. 
651  0 Cape Town (South Africa)|xEconomic conditions. 
651  0 Cape Town (South Africa)|xSocial conditions. 
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