14 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. [i] (2004-2005)

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Affordable Housing
& Community Development Law
VOLUME 14, NUMBER 1                                           FALL 2004
Chair's Message
Looking in the Rearview Mirror: Affordable Housing and
Community Development in Retrospect
Karen  Sherm an  ...........................................................................  1
Editor's Note
Hanging onto What We Have
John  J. A m m ann  .........................................................................  5
Commentary
PHAs Scramble to Soften Impact of Section 8 Funding
Crisis and Loss of Public Housing Subsidies on America's
Most Vulnerable Households
Sandra B. Henriquez and Sharon Wilson-Gino .................................... 8
From the Reading Room
Building Wealth Through Homeownership: Alleviating Poverty
V irgie  L. G rant-Brooks ....................................................................  16
The Mix of Smart Growth and Affordable Housing
Bradley  M yers ...........................................................................  20
Articles
The Admissibility of Matched-Pair Testing Evidence in Fair Housing
Cases Under Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Leland  Ware and  Steven  W . Peuquet ................................................... 23
Year 15: A Survey of Exit Strategies
Steven  L. Christensen  .................................................................  46
Housing or Dehousing? The Public Housing Waiting List, Eviction
and the Homeless in Toronto, Canada
Cyrus  V akili-Zad  .......................................................................... 63
About the Forum
Forum Officers, Governing Committee Members, Liaisons,
and  Com m ittee  Chairs .................................................................. 82
Published by the American Bar Association Forum on
Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
in cooperation with the University at Buffalo Law School

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