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Forest Hills DIary The Crisis of Low Income Housing
Forest Hills DIary The Crisis of Low Income Housing
Author: Mario Cuomo
In 1972, New York City proposed to build a low-income housing project in Forest Hills, a middle-class, middle-income neighborhood in the borough of Queens. The community rebelled in a defiance that became front-page news, and the mayor assigned Mario Cuomo, a Queens lawyer, to mediate the dispute. Cuomo turned out to be both a brilliant mediato...  more »
ISBN: 44214
Pages: 185
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Publisher: Vintage Books
Book Type: Paperback
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While a little dated this is an excellent perspective on the way government proceeded in the middle 20th century. It's a most interesting read that certainly brings an different understanding of the role of Cuomo in New York's history.


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