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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3mos3MO

Yes

 @9MH6NBRagreed…1mo1MO

Shelter a basic human right that, before our population expanded to numbers unsustainable by nature without human intellectual, any person would have been able to simply walk to an unoccupied area and construct a rudimentary living space. We live within a society where this is no longer possible both due to available space in relationship to population size as well as standards, regulations, and requirements for modern domiciles. As such, access to this basic need is no longer achievable through basic personal labor and must be made available to all by the society that they are a part of.

 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3mos3MO

No

 @9LM6F46Volt Germany from Oregon disagreed…2mos2MO

Cities that build low density residential homes are spread out, increasing the amount of public transportation used, but also needing massive highways and the city becomes unwalkable. The United States is a perfect representation of this, since many multiuse-high density buildings are not allowed resulting in massive urban sprawl.

 @9P73NNTanswered…1wk1W

No, Catholic Community-Based Housing programs should help build the affordable housing

 @9MMVT45from New York answered…1mo1MO

 @9LX82FMLeftanswered…2mos2MO

Government should build new residential buildings and restore old ones but without high density

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