By Daniel Dorling
Housing used to be on the center of the monetary cave in, and our economic climate is now precariously reliant at the housing industry. during this groundbreaking new ebook, Danny Dorling argues that housing is the defining factor of our instances. Tracing how we obtained to our present situation and the way housing has come to mirror category and wealth in Britain, All that's sturdy noticeably exhibits that the answer to our difficulties - emerging homelessness, a iteration priced out of domestic possession - isn't really, as is greatly assumed, development extra houses. Inequality, he argues, is what we actually have to conquer.
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All That Is Solid: The Great Housing Disaster by Daniel Dorling