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Choice and constraint in the nineteenth-century city: a basis for residential differentiation.

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Publication date1982
Host publicationThe structure of nineteenth-century cities
EditorsJ. H. Johnson, C. G. Pooley
PublisherCroom Helm
Pages199-233
Number of pages35
Original languageEnglish