RESIDENTIAL AND SOCIAL OUTCOMES FOR RESIDENTS
LIVING IN HOUSING CERTIFIED BY THE NEW JERSEY
COUNCIL ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Stephanie R. Bush-Baskette, Kelly Robinson & Peter Simmons
MOUNT LAUREL: HINDSIGHT IS 20-20
Richard H. Chused
URBAN POVERTY AND THE RIGHT TO A DECENT HABITAT
AS ESTABLISHED BY INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
James C. N. Paul & Roktim Kaushik
THIRTEEN PRINCIPLES FOR EFFECTIVE ADVOCACY
Florence Wagman Roisman
RETHINKING WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE IN NEW JERSEY, 1776-1807
Jan Ellen Lewis
PUBLICATIONS ON THE RIGHT TO HOUSING
Compiled by Susan Lyons
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