Post Tagged with: "affordable housing"

One of thousands of abandoned houses in Detroit.

Housing Crisis Rears Its Ugly Head, Again

By Angela Vullo January 7, 2020–Amid the many economic problems flying in the face of the bogus claim that the U.S. economy is thriving, is the severe shortage of affordable housing for a huge portion of the U.S. population. This particular issue has recently drawn the attention of the Washington […]

by January 8, 2020 Infrastructure, News
Skidrow, home of thousands of homeless in Los Angeles

Behind the Housing Crisis: Speculation

By Nancy Spannaus Sept. 16, 2019—A recent article by Kathryn Milani on the blog of the Roosevelt Institute, along with the uproar over the homeless crisis in the Los Angeles area, has led me to once again address the housing crisis. This is a crisis that I also experience close […]

by September 17, 2019 News
"Hooverville" in 1930s Seattle, one of the largest in the country.

Tackling the Housing Crisis

Learning from FDR’s Emergency Action By Nancy Spannaus June 11, 2019—The 2008-9 period of mass housing foreclosures may be over, but the housing crisis in the United States is not. Exorbitant prices in the nation’s major cities, along with burgeoning homelessness centered in many of those same locations, attest to […]

by June 11, 2019 Commentary, History