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Silicon City: San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley (eBook, ePUB) - Mcclelland, Cary
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A Stanford University Three Books Selection for 2019
Essential.... A conflicted and complex portrait of a city starving for solutions. Brandon Yu, San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco is changing at warp speed. Famously home to artists and activists, and known as the birthplace of the Beats, the Black Panthers, and the LGBTQ movement, the Bay Area has been reshaped by Silicon Valley. The richer the region gets, the more unequal and less diverse it becomes, and cracks in the city's facaderapid gentrification, an epidemic of evictions, rising crime, atrophied public institutionsare…mehr

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A Stanford University Three Books Selection for 2019

Essential.... A conflicted and complex portrait of a city starving for solutions. Brandon Yu, San Francisco Chronicle


San Francisco is changing at warp speed. Famously home to artists and activists, and known as the birthplace of the Beats, the Black Panthers, and the LGBTQ movement, the Bay Area has been reshaped by Silicon Valley. The richer the region gets, the more unequal and less diverse it becomes, and cracks in the city's facaderapid gentrification, an epidemic of evictions, rising crime, atrophied public institutionsare growing wider. Inspired by Studs Terkel's classic works of oral history, Cary McClelland spent years interviewing people at the epicenter of recent change, from venture capitalists and coders to politicians and protesters, capturing San Francisco as never before.


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Cary McClelland is a writer, filmmaker, lawyer, and rights advocate whose work has taken him around the world. He met his wife in San Francisco, where they settled down and built their first home. They now live in Brooklyn with their son.