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In the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, an active political movement emerged on the streets of Iran’s largest cities. Poor people began to construct their own communities on unused urban lands, creating an infrastructure––roads, electricity, running water, garbage collection, and shelters––all their own. As the Iranian government attempted to evict these illegal settlers, they resisted––fiercely and ultimately successfully. This is the story of their economic and political strategies.
Author: Bayat, Asef Year: 1997 ISBN: 9780231108591 Pages: 256 Language: English Publisher: Columbia University Press Publisher's city: New York Publication date: