Orange, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1993. Six issues, complete run for 1993. All are 8.5x11 inches, in very good condition. Issue No. 6 has very mild creases on the front cover, and minor chipping on the back.
"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 "Making HUD Work", "Religious Congregations Develop Housing", "The Houses Messiah Builds", Mortgage Interest Deductions, Even for Mansions, Still the Sacred Cow", and more. Issue No. 2 includes articles on "Community Development or Community Organizing", "Acorn's Housing Agenda", "The Debate over Union Wage Requirements for Subsidized Housing", and more. Issue No. 3 includes articles on "Mutual Housing Catches On", "Residents Make Mutual Housing a Success in Stamford", "Home Buyers Union Forces Change", "High-Density, Low Rise Housing: Learning from Japan", and more. Issue No. 4 includes articles on "The New York Times Attacks Community-Based Solutions", "From Foreclosure to Neighborhood Stability", "Neighborhood Design for Public Housing", an interview with Barry Zigas, and more. Issue No. 5 includes articles on "Memo to the Media", "Housing Checklist for the Media", "Illinois Tenants Union", "Tenants Lack Rights in Arkansas", "Repairing Hope and Homes for the "Invisible Poor", and more. Finally, issue No. 6 includes articles on "Save Our Books, Save Our Housing", "Public Housing Resident Management: A Good Idea Gone Wrong?", interview with Michael Stegman, and more.