The "new" homeless are more diverse, encompassing more minorities, women, younger people, and more families. This Article argues first, that judicial intervention on behalf of the homeless is necessary and appropriate because the homeless constitute a politically powerless group and second, that comprehensive legislation, beyond that which has been enacted thus far, is necessary to address the causes of the problem.
Neil V. McKittrick,
The Homeless: Judicial Intervention On Behalf Of A Politically Powerless Group,
16 Fordham Urb. L.J. 389
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