The Public Interest

New York story

Roger Starr

Winter 1993

NEW YORKERS GREETED the end of the Second World War with two housing demands. The first was for more housing: The previous fourteen years had left a painful shortage, made more acute by the formation of new families by young people who had lived at home before the war. The second demand was for an end to slums.

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