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close this bookThe Mega-city in Latin America (UNU, 1996, 282 pages)
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Open this folder and view contents1. The Latin American mega-city: An introduction
Open this folder and view contents2 Demographic trends in Latin America's metropolises, 1950-1990
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Edited by Alan Gilbert

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