- Title Pages
- One Concentrated Poverty, Public Housing Reform, and the Promise of Integration
- Two Theoretical Assumptions and Policy Orientations
- Three Mixed-Income Development in Context
- Four Setting the Stage
- Five From Physical Transformation to Re-Creating Community
- Six Does Social “Mix” Lead to Social Mixing? Emergent Community and the Nature of Social Interaction
- Seven Space, Place, and Social Control
- Eight Development, Neighborhood, and Civic Life
- Nine The Promise and Perils of Mixed-Income Public Housing Transformation
- Integrating the Inner City
- University of Chicago Press
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