Book Review. The New Political Economy of Urban Education: Neoliberalism, Race, and the Right to the City.

  This article was originally published in Education and Urban Society (Jan. 2013, Vol 45, Number 1, pp. 163-165).  Who owns public goods? Conventional wisdom supposes that tax-paying citizens do, via the stewardship of elected officials. Education, housing, and transportation all fall into this category and are thus considered nonexcludable (no one can be effectively […]