Housing in the Seventies. Working Papers 2
- 1976 (836 Pages)
- June 14, 2012
The papers included In these volumes form a large and representative--but by no means exhaustive-sample of the contributions by contractors made to the National Housing Policy Review. They were selected for publication because, taken together, they represent a composite view of the current thinking among scholars with regard to the Nation's housing policies -past, present, and future. They also are Indicative of the wide diversity of opinion, noted above, among these housing experts. Included here are several papers within each of the Review's general analytical areas; in many cases they represent sharply divergent conclusions about the same subjects. It should be noted that some information in these papers may be dated, because of the time lapse between preparation and publication.
This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.