LONDON'S OVERGROWTH and the Causes of Swollen Towns,

By: S Vere Pearson

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The C W Daniel Co, London, 1939. Hardcover, 5¾" x 8¾" (lacks jacket). Ours is an ex-library copy with branch name impressed on front, several stickers, stamps, barcode, and rear pocket. Binding is sound. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Red cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, photographic frontis ('London Bridge: 9am'), two-colour title page, 22 other b&w photos and charts, and index. An interesting study of London City growth and development, with a chapter on 'Natural Laws Governing the Distribution of Population and Industries' and a later one on 'Sovereign Rights of the People and Their Usurpation'. Apart from these, there are chapters on industries, communications, transport, housing, pollution, and exploitation. Finally, the author puts forward a 13-page 'Remedy'.

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