Devaluation of Nonwhite Community in Remedies for Subsidized Housing Discrimination

@inproceedings{Tein1992DevaluationON,
  title={Devaluation of Nonwhite Community in Remedies for Subsidized Housing Discrimination},
  author={Michael R. Tein},
  year={1992}
}
This Comment argues that judicial treatment of discrimination in subsidized housing has not accorded proper respect to nonwhite community as a legitimate entity.' Unwarranted exercise ofjudicial restraint, despite a broad mandate from the Supreme Court,2 combined with the courts' binary understanding of the problem and its solution have resulted in an institutional failure to recognize discrimination in the remedial administration of federally assisted housing programs.