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Eviction is more than just a bureaucratic process


An architecture critic and a housing reporter visit a new exhibition in Milwaukee.

Eviction has become a prominent topic of academic research, public debate, journalistic investigation, and artistic expression in recent years, spurred largely by the 2016 publication of sociologist Matthew Desmond’s book Evicted. Set in Milwaukee, it painstakingly describes the lives of poor tenants and their landlords and contemplates solutions to the nation’s eviction epidemic.…

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