How to Make Fair Housing Truly Fair

On its 50th anniversary, the Fair Housing Act remains the most spectacularly successful disappointment in civil rights history.

As an anti-discrimination statute, the FHA has triumphed beyond the wildest dreams of its framers. Housing discrimination was routine and ubiquitous in 1968; now, according to the most comprehensive surveys conducted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, it affects only a small percentage of home sales and apartment rentals to black Americans, and in...

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