Fragile Rights Within Cities: Government, Housing, and Fairness John Goering

ISBN: 9780742547360

Published: December 19th 2006

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299 pages


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Fragile Rights Within Cities: Government, Housing, and Fairness  by  John Goering

Fragile Rights Within Cities: Government, Housing, and Fairness by John Goering
December 19th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 299 pages | ISBN: 9780742547360 | 9.37 Mb

How fair are Americas urban housing markets, and how effective is the government at ensuring open and diverse housing options for minority groups? To answer these questions, Fragile Rights Within Cities offers a current social science and policyMoreHow fair are Americas urban housing markets, and how effective is the government at ensuring open and diverse housing options for minority groups? To answer these questions, Fragile Rights Within Cities offers a current social science and policy examination of the understudied issue of equal opportunity trends and enforcement practices in housing.

The contributors to this collection - who are among the countrys major analysts of race and ethnicity, housing, and public policies - provide a rich, multi-disciplinary assessment of government programs aimed at enforcing one of Americas hallmark civil rights laws.

By evaluating roughly 40 years of civil rights education and enforcement within the nations effort to promote fairness in housing markets, these experts provide a sense of possible policy options for the future.



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