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He calls these “disabling” solutions, but we might also view them as commoditized solutions. HOW GROWTH CAME TO BE GOOD Economic growth’s “goodness” is broadly linked to the idea of progress made through the efficiency of the market. In addition, pressures for economic growth are also tied to employment, national comparisons and increases in living standards that emerged in the last few hundred years, accelerating through the first half of the 1900s. Economic growth is measured in terms of financial transactions, usually at the national level.
Soja, Seeking Spatial Justice (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010), p. 120. 23 Lesley J. Wood and Kelly Moore, “Target Practice: Community Activism in a Global Era”, in From Act Up to the WTO: Urban Protest and Community Building in the Era of Globalization, ed. Benjamin Shepard and Ronald Hayduk (London: Verso, 2002), pp. 22–3. 24 Benjamin Shepard and Ronald Hayduk (eds), From Act Up to the WTO: Urban Protest and Community Building in the Era of Globalization (London: Verso, 2002).
Bryan Bell and Katie Wakeford (New York: Metropolis Books, 2008), pp. 11–12. ”1 His generation of pragmatist architects is accused of abandoning any social or political program. He suggests that in the previous generation political discussions in society were about equality—of gender, race or class, for example—and the heroes were figures such as Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King Jr. By contrast in his time, heroes of cheapness have brought cheap clothes, cheap travel, cheap software, cheap food and cheap structures to the market.