Reexamining Federal Housing Programs in a Time of Fiscal Austerity: The Trend toward Block Grants and Housing Allowances
John R. Nolon
Pace University School of Law
Urban Lawyer, Vol. 14, p. 249, 1982
This article begins with an examination of the evolution of the federal government's predominant role in collecting and spending revenues for social programs, including housing. It traces the growth of federal spending, and the evolution of federally assisted programs for housing. It continues with an analysis of the trend toward block grants and housing allowances, and concludes by commenting on this trend's effect on the future of housing programs for households with limited incomes.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 34Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 25, 2009
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