The Homeless: Opposing Viewpoints
Twenty-four essays present opposing arguments on issues related to homelessness, covering aspects of the extent of the problem, factors that contribute to it, what housing policies will benefit the homeless, and what policies will best reduce homelessness.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
Homelessness Is a Serious Problem
Homelessness Can Be Limited
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