Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1992. Six issues, complete run for 1992. 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 "The Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program: Two Views", "State Housing Budgets", "Comparing the Military Housing Program to Public Housing", "Beverly Stein: Oregon House of Representatives", "Building Community Through Community Reinvestment Act", and more. Issue No. 2 includes articles on "Peter Clavelle: Mayor of Burlington, Vermont", "City Politics and a Winning Housing Agenda", "Successful Organizing Strategies", and more. Issue No. 3 includes articles on "National Community Reinvestment Coalition", "Housing Trust Funds", "Getting Your Piece of Home", and more. Issue No. 4 includes articles on "Changing the Odds", "Beyond Bricks and Mortar", "Mortgages That Integrate Neighborhoods - Do They Work?", and more. Issue No. 5 includes articles on "How to Expand Homeownership", "Housing Receivership: The Chicago Experience", "National Housing Policy: Why its Not on the Agenda", and more. Finally, issue No. 6 is a special issue on "A National Housing Policy for the 1990's" directed towards then President-elect Bill Clinton.