This Article describes the policies advanced by housing programs and shows where tension between the policies and programs exists. This Articles also attempts to organize and clarify the relationships among various goals of subsidized housing policy and the elements of programs adopted to meet them. The Article then proceeds by detailing eight possible objectives of subsidized housing and considers how different housing programs may or may not accomplish these objectives.
J. Peter Byrne and Michael Diamond,
Affordable Housing, Land Tenure, and Urban Policy: The Matrix Revealed,
34 Fordham Urb. L.J. 527
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