WPS No.06 | Mitchell, D. (2014) People's Park Again. On the End and Ends of Public Space
Public space is a struggle. The end, and ends, of public space continue to be struggled over in the streets and
parks, in city council chambers and corporate boardrooms, at police headquarters and the ballot box.
Such struggles have profound implications for the shape of structure of the
contemporary city, for who can be in it and under what conditions, for what
constitutes “good” urban life (and for whom), and for how modern citizenship is