Anatomy of a Crisis: Canadian Housing Policy in the Seventies

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In this book, the third in the Fraser Institute Housing Series, Professor L.B. Smith considers the content and objectives of Federal housing policies from 1935 to the present. His conclusions that 1) housing policy is more and more being used as a vehicle for redistributing income in Canada and 2) that this policy is at the same time destroying the private sector's incentive and ability to supply housing, make this book required reading for everybody concerned with housing in Canada today.

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