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    Washington, D.C. .—One of this city's oldest affordable housing communities, Wheeler Terrace was built in 1947 for veterans returning from World War II.

  • NYU Department of Philosophy

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    WASHINGTON, D.C.— When Carla Hills took over the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in 1975, nobody expected her to be a hero for housing.

  • How Hills Tamed HUD

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  • The God Connection

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  • The God Connection

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  • Let’s Tell the Housing Story

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  • Advocates Get Behind HUD Nominee

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Housing advocates are ready to think well of Steve Preston, the new nominee for secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Illuminating History

    The lighting schemes for three commemorative structures in the Washington, D.C., area