The Arcades Project - Chapter 9, Streetfighting in Munich Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Streetfighting in Munich Summary and Analysis

At page 699, there are brief, yet stunningly insightful comments about how urban street fighting is conducted. There are new formulations of it and for its use. Prevention of revolution is one purpose street fighting can serve. City leaders can counter or prevent open rebellion or can counter-revolution by using the right street fighting methods. In this case the author refers to "the armed take over of Munich 1848," (p.699). In this method, the streets are actually left empty. The passageways used for communications and for moving troops are actually located in and through buildings, be they specific homes or residences and businesses or other public buildings.

The class warfare and the conflict management associated with the cities of Europe is part of the modern condition being defined and described through the text. Another relevant point here...

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