Living Downtown

 expand sectionIllustration Credits

 expand sectionChapter One—  Conflicting Ideas about Hotel Life
 expand sectionChapter Two—  Palace Hotels and Social Opulence
 expand sectionChapter Three—  Midpriced Mansions for Middle Incomes
 expand sectionChapter Four—  Rooming Houses and the Margins of Respectability
 expand sectionChapter Five—  Outsiders and Cheap Lodging Houses
 expand sectionChapter Six—  Building a Civilization without Homes
 expand sectionChapter Seven—  Hotel Homes as a Public Nuisance
 expand sectionChapter Eight—  From Scattered Opinion to Centralized Policy
 collapse sectionChapter Nine—  Prohibition versus Pluralism
 collapse sectionLosing Ground:  Changing Contexts, 1930–1970
 New Migrations
 Making Room for Offices and Cars
 Other Changes for Hotel Tenants
 expand sectionOfficial Prohibitions of Hotel Life, 1930–1970
 expand sectionSince 1970:  Conflicts Surrounding Hotel Life
 expand sectionThe Prospect of Pluralism in Housing
 History, Urban Experts, and Pluralism

  Appendix—  Hotel and Employment Statistics
 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionBibliography
 expand sectionIndex

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