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chapter one Purified Identity
two The Myth of a Purified Community
three How Cities Bring the Myth to Life
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abundance activities adolescence adult adulthood anarchist Anna Freud areas Baron Haussmann become believe bureaucratic character coherent complex conflict contact points create deal decentralized Denis de Rougemont dense desire for purity disorder diversity dreams economic emotional Erik Erikson Erikson ethics exist experience explore expressed fact fear feeling force Franz Fanon freedom functional ghetto groups growth Haussmann's Heinz Hartmann Herbert Marcuse hostile human idea ideal individual intense family involved Jane Jacobs kind large number leaders Lefrak City lives Louis Wirth machine means middle-class modern munity myth neighborhood occurs oneself order to survive pain past pattern peculiar perience planners planning police political problems purified identity Puritan relations repression revolutionary Richard Sennett rience routine sense situations slavery social contact society solidarity strength structure suburban suburbs Survival Communities technological tion unknown urban violence Weber working-class young person