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On the one hand, there is a sensible libertarian-style market-oriented solution to allocating a scarce resource (parking); on the other hand, there are comments about how we need more "affordable housing," which is to say housing that is either subsidized or rent-controlled.

Very odd!

Not really. It's only odd if you define 'affordable housing' as 'subsidized housing.'

Of course, we could make housing a lot more affordable if the market were allowed to build the supply needed to meet demand.

by Alex B. on Dec 10, 2012 11:06 am • linkreport

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