Homeless People; Peopleless Homes

'the ownership of a property is a secondary consideration to the fact that it is empty’ (Post-War Squatters, cited in Watson, 2016, p. 101), Despite promises that the free market can allocate resources fairly and efficiently according to principle of supply and demand, ensuring that each get what they need (but most importantly, 'deserve'); the … Continue reading Homeless People; Peopleless Homes