Whose Land is it Anyway? Housing, Capitalism and the Working Class

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This pamphlet describes the rise and fall of council housing over the last 100 years. It shows the link between the price of land, public housebuilding, private development and and those involved in the creation of housing the conditions of today. It covers the issues of 'Right to Buy', 'affordable' housing and why, in some areas, the price of residential land has risen faster than the price of gold.

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