Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1991. Six issues, complete run for 1991. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition.
"Shelterforce is a publication of the National Housing Institute, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to building a national network of tenant and housing groups and to providing resources and information that contribute to the creation and preservation of decent, affordable housing for all people." Issue No. 1 includes articles on factory built housing, the savings and loan scandal, rent control and property taxes, and more. Issue No. 2 includes articles on building low-cost townhouses, the Cranston/Gonzales housing bill, David Robert as President of California State Senate, and more. Issue No. 3 includes articles on the Resolution Trust Corporation's efforts to evict rent controlled tenants, a successful affordable housing campaign, saving mobile home parks, pension financed housing, and more. Issue No. 4 includes articles on housing for seniors and homeless single parent families in New York, debate over the National Housing Act, home improvement scams, progressive housing policy in Canada, community reinvestment, and more. Issue No. 5 includes articles on AFL-CIO and housing benefits, organizing tenants in Johannesburg, military housing as a model for government provided housing, reinvestment strategies for community groups, and more. Finally, issue No. 6 includes articles on federal tax credits for housing, preventing homelessness, East Europe's changing housing policy, college courses on progressive housing policy, and more.