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Chapter 12  Confronting Urban Problems
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Housing: A Place to Live Millions of People living in Substandard Housing Mostly Poor What is substandard housing? Structural Defects Inadequate plumbing Inadequate heating Inadequate sanitation  Small Dense Places 
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Why People live where they do Obviously people do not want to live in poor  conditions.  However, they are faced with limited options There is a limited amount of government housing People crammed Landlords expanding options elsewhere  
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Housing Problems are not new Housing problems have been around for decades.  Not until 1930’s did the government act New Deal  Provided funds to promote the construction of new housing Offered assistance to homeowners  Guaranteed construction loans to increase the supply of  housing Hired unemployed workers to build low rent housing
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course SYD 3410 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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