Finding an affordable place to live is becoming an increasingly dire problem for many Americans—from the growing homeless population to middleclass families. The following special section explores the range of causes and effects in a variety of challenged urban markets, and examines how different municipalities are attempting to address this complex issue.
Living in the U.S.: At What Cost?
The Housing Crisis in New York
Gentrification's Effect on Urban Communities
Interview with Rosanne Haggerty
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