978-0-520-08566-4 / 9780520085664

Greenwich Village, 1920-1930 (Classics in Urban History)


Publisher:University of California Press



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Caroline Ware examined social change in Greenwich Village at a time when the dominant ethnic group, the Irish, was dispersing , values were changing in the Italian community, and young professionals and artists were moving in. The urban reform issues considered here continue to be relevant in the 90s.

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