By Nancy H. Kwak
A international of Homeowners charts the emergence of democratic homeownership within the postwar panorama and booming economic system; its evolution as a device of overseas coverage and a automobile for overseas funding within the Fifties, ’60s, and ’70s; and the expansion of lower-income homeownership courses within the usa from the Nineteen Sixties to this day. Kwak unravels these kind of threads, detailing the advanced tales and coverage struggles that emerged from a very American imaginative and prescient for worldwide democracy and capitalism. eventually, she argues, the query of who may still personal houses where—and how—is intertwined with the main tricky questions on economic system, executive, and society.
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A World of Homeowners: American Power and the Politics of Housing Aid (Historical Studies of Urban America) by Nancy H. Kwak