GENTRIFICATION AND COUNTERMOVEMENT: THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL AND NEW YORK CITY'S AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS.

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    • Abstract:
      The article examines the capacity of the right to counsel to effectively intervene in the affordable housing crisis through the lens of political economy and a critique of legal rights. It mentions housing crisis of New York City connected to the city's neoliberal reorganization in the wake of the fiscal crisis of the mid-1970s. It also mentions neoliberalization and subsequent gentrification of New York City have been legally constituted and commodification of housing.