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(Jacobin #33)

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Paperback, 120 pages
Published April 2019 by Jacobin

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Timothy Riley
This was an uninspiring issue of the mag. There were a few tidbits to take away such as the need for massive public expenditure on public housing and not vouchers for private landords who operate with little oversight. Some countries have done it correctly from the beginning and some have caught up and have a positive philosophy about it now. Countries like Sweden and even the Soviet Union were able to build massive numbers of homes in a short amount of time. Some lacked a viable plan of ...more
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The articles on communal housing projects gave me hope!
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Heel erg gericht op de Amerikaanse situatie van de huizenmarkt, maar er valt wat uit te leren voor hier in België lijkt me.
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I find housing incredibly complicated. This issue really opened my eyes on the real estate industry, private vs public property and emense fiscal pressure on politicians by lobbyists.
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