The case for a right to housing

@article{Hartman1998TheCF,
  title={The case for a right to housing},
  author={C. Hartman},
  journal={Housing Policy Debate},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={223-246}
}
  • C. Hartman
  • Published 1998
  • Economics
  • Housing Policy Debate
Abstract America has the resources to guarantee everyone a right to decent, affordable housing, making real the now 50‐year‐old congressionally promulgated National Housing Goal. The issue is one of values—constantly expanding notions of social, civil, and economic rights—and can only be won through political struggle, as has been true historically of all rights expansions. The costs of not attaining this right, to those suffering from substandard housing conditions and unaffordable costs as… Expand

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