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Where are Poor People to Live?: Transforming Public Housing Communities: Transforming Public Housing Communities (Hardback)
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Where are Poor People to Live?: Transforming Public Housing Communities: Transforming Public Housing Communities (Hardback)

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Hardback 344 Pages / Published: 15/07/2006
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This groundbreaking book shows how major shifts in federal policy are spurring local public housing authorities to demolish their high-rise, low-income developments, and replace them with affordable low-rise, mixed income communities. It focuses on Chicago, and that city's affordable housing crisis, but it provides analytical frameworks that can be applied to developments in every American city. "Where Are Poor People to Live?" provides valuable new empirical information on public housing, framed by a critical perspective that shows how shifts in national policy have devolved the U.S. welfare state to local government, while promoting market-based action as the preferred mode of public policy execution. The editors and chapter authors share a concern that proponents of public housing restructuring give little attention to the social, political, and economic risks involved in the current campaign to remake public housing. At the same time, the book examines the public housing redevelopment process in Chicago, with an eye to identifying opportunities for redeveloping projects and building new communities across America that will be truly hospitable to those most in need of assisted housing. While the focus is on affordable housing, the issues addressed here cut across the broad policy areas of housing and community development, and will impact the entire field of urban politics and planning.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780765610751
Number of pages: 344
Weight: 640 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 29 mm

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