|aMasses, classes and the public sphere /|cedited by Mike Hill and Warren Montag.
|aLondon ;|aNew York, N.Y. :|bVerso,|c2000.
|aviii, 276 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction : What was, what is, the public sphere? Post-Cold War reflections / Mike Hill and Warren Montag -- Inventing London / Crystal Bartolovich -- The right to the city in Los Angeles : discourse and practice of a Chicano alternative public sphere / Ra漉l H. Villa -- Rituals of disqualification : competing publics and public housing in contemporary Chicago / Jamie Owen Daniel -- Unions as counter-public spheres / Stanley Aronowitz -- What makes a people a people? Rousseau and Kant / Etienne Balibar -- The pressure of the street : Habermas's fear of the masses / Warren Montag -- A displaced transition : Habermas on the public sphere / Ted Stolze -- The withering of civil society / Michael Hardt -- Print-capitalism? / David McInerney -- Of multitudes and moral sympathy : E.P. Thompson, Althusser, and Adam Smith / Mike Hill -- Native daughters in the promised land : gender, race, and the question of separate spheres / You-me Park and Gayle Wald -- Counter-public spheres and the role of educators as public intellectuals : Paulo Freire's cultural politics / Henry A. Giroux.