The Death and Life of Affordable Housing: Speakers (video)
By Next American City
For several decades, U.S. policymakers have grappled with how to make housing more affordable for more people. In the past year, several new books have claimed that various government tools, such as zoning and subsidies, have limited people’s access to desirable, affordable housing — while other leading thinkers have suggested that markets alone will not create socially, economically and environmentally sustainable communities.
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