Buffalo Law Review
New York: Fall 1973. Pp. 119
New York City is pocked with vast clusters of burned out or tinned up, vacant single-family dwelling units. These sections of the city, especially portions of the eastern Brooklyn and southern Queens neighborhoods, take on special interest because only a few years earlier they were populated by highly productive citizens, and because many of these dwellings are of solid, well-designed construction. Today, wild dogs and criminal elements are the inhabitants. This situation is the result of a variety of forces.
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