This thesis analyzes Paul E. Peterson's theory that city development is canied out through consensus. Its aim is to prove that city development does not come through consensus but by conflict. The city of Cleveland serves as the control to test this theory utilizing the mayoral administrations of Dennis J. Kucinich and Michael R. White as cases. It was concluded that conflict dictates development.
Barnes, Brian F., "Standing at the Gateway and Hoping to See the Light If You Want to Rule This City You're Gonna Have to Fight!" (2004). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 6366.
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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