Frank S. Alexander, Sam Nunn Professor of Law at Emory, will reexamine the basic American ethos of housing and homeownership in light of the Great Recession.
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Alexander will probe the goals of homeownership, the competing stories of housing as investments and as shelter, and ask that we get the story right as we seek to provide safe, decent and affordable housing for all Americans.
One of the nation’s leading experts on the mortgage crisis, affordable housing, and homelessness, Alexander is founding director of Emory's Center for the Study of Law and Religion, which is hosting the event.