Housing Policy at a Crossroads: The Why, How, and Who of Assistance Programs

Housing Policy at a Crossroads: The Why, How, and Who of Assistance Programs

Since Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, American housing policy has focused on building homes for the poor. Housing Policy at a Crossroads provides a comprehensive survey of past low-income housing programs which acts not only as a history of housing policy, but as a guide to issues confronting policy makers and argues a case for vouchers as the cheapest, most effective solution. Weicher gives us a timely warning that reinventing failed building programs would be a very costly wrong turn for America.

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Publisher: AEI Press (December 16, 2012)

Parent ISBN: 9780844742588

Page count: 350 pages

Language: English


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