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Minnesota's Housing: Shaping Community in the 1990s. Fourth in the series, What the 1990 Census Says About Minnesota.

Author: 
Adams, John S., Barbara J. VanDrasek, and Elvin K. Wyly.

It is in our homes and our neighborhoods that society reproduces itself, and if things begin to go awry at home or in the neighborhood, we correctly sense that trouble is brewing for society at large. Shifts in the housing landscape often parallel changes in the direction of our society. This report, based on the 1990 Census and earlier census data, presents a profile of selected features of the Minnesota housing landscape - a landscape we have created over the years, and that is now shaping our lives. The housing supply, vacant housing, changes in the demand for housing, low income housing, poverty populations, and minority housing are all examined along with commentary on the role of housing in American life and housing policy in Minnesota.

Publication date: 
1996
Publisher: 
CURA 96-2. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Pages: 
133 pp.
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CURA call number: 
L1051

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