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little agricultural land remained within the city was designated in the plan as urban, and could now be sold at development prices, thereby inflating rents to eight to ten times their origi- nal level.20 These investments were made se- cure by politics: Rudolf Eberstadt shows the extent to which, throughout the second half of the century, landlords dominated municipal affairs in the three-tier electoral system. Their strategy was simple: to carve up the Berlin landscape into money-making fiefdoms. Even Bismarck could do nothing about them, al- though he was never one