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The ultimate world-historical significance -- and oddity -- of Los Angeles is that it has come to play the double role of utopia and dystopia for advanced capitalism.

The enormity of the subject is reflected in this protean book, one of such distinct (almost disparate) chapters, each almost at odds with each other in an assemblage as pasted-on as the utilities must be in the emerging communities which are tacked on to the greater metropolitan area. The opening section on the art of LA, or perhaps the art against LA. The section is very intriguing and then suddenly after exploring the exiled auteur and writers who washed upon its shores, there are digressions into the phenomenon of noir and the marginalized poetry swarms which coexisted amongst the minorities, the destitute and other rank and file preterit. This occurs until the fortress LA mentality chases out the homeless, the communists and the narco-terrorists. Art then isn't mention for a couple hundred pages until an anecdote about Aldous Huxley and Thomas Mann walking near the bay when they noticed the beach covered which is first assumed to be caterpillars but is then recognized as thousands of condoms washing ashore from a water treatment plant.

Land development and property speculation are the engines of Los Angeles. Water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their John Huston accent here in recounting such. Keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. I am afraid I am being euphemistic. Mike Davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the City of Angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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the enormity of the subject is reflected in this protean book, one of such distinct (almost disparate) chapters, each almost at odds with each other in an assemblage as pasted-on as the utilities must be in the emerging communities which are tacked on to the greater metropolitan area. the opening section on the art of la, or perhaps the art against la. the section is very intriguing and then suddenly after exploring the exiled auteur and writers who washed upon its shores, there are digressions into the phenomenon of noir and the marginalized poetry swarms which coexisted amongst the minorities, the destitute and other rank and file preterit. this occurs until the fortress la mentality chases out the homeless, the communists and the narco-terrorists. art then isn't mention for a couple hundred pages until an anecdote about aldous huxley and thomas mann walking near the bay when they noticed the beach covered which is first assumed to be caterpillars but is then recognized as thousands of condoms washing ashore from a water treatment plant.

land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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land development and property speculation are the engines of los angeles. water is the hidden history, everyone can assume their john huston accent here in recounting such. keeping despised communities enclosed in their areas isn't cost effective and the consequent strain on infrastructure is a recipe for disaster. i am afraid i am being euphemistic. mike davis is screaming disaster is nigh; he does this on every page. we are watching much of it in real time. yet the city of angels with its storied dream factories is still a sufficient magnet for folks to stream to from across the globe despite all these attendant risks.
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