The Public Interest

American housing policy: perverse programs by prudent people

Irving H. Welfeld

Summer 1977

IN 1974, for the fourth time in a quarter-century, the executive and legislative branches squared off over a major piece of housing legislation. For the fourth time, their efforts went askew; by all accounts the latest results were the most screwed up of all.

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