How America's Eviction Epidemic Drives Poverty

Harvard Sociologist Matthew Desmond On The Cost Of Losing A Home

March 27, 2016

For his book "Evicted: Poverty And Profit In the American City," Harvard sociologist Matthew Desmond spent more than a year living in some of Milwaukee's poorest black and white neighborhoods. He says evictions lock entire families into an endless cycle of poverty, and are far more common than they used to be.

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If you don't mind a possibly opposing view, send me the book.

I have been a landlord since 1966.

If you don't mind a possibly opposing view, send me the book.

I have been a landlord since 1966.

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