The problem is that our society does not recognize the right to be in any place. As long as people have to ask for permission simply to have a piece of land on which to build a home, they will have no stable home. All these other issues are superficial (but maybe more immediate).
progressandpoverty.org/

Discussion of gentrification typically misses the mark. The problem is not the yuppie resturaunts, the high-end apartment complexes, or even the rent increases.

This is a nice article in the Atlantic describing how the elite are out to get us -- illustrated by Kavanaugh and his ideology of abusive elitism.
theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/

Hi all. I'm looking to getting your perspective on things. As , I came to anarchism first via the Libertarian party (geo-libertarian wing), then the short-lived and small "Freedom Democrats" web community, with my most recent community being the Center for a Stateless Society. With everything going to shit in the USA, I'm trying to get a better handle on what we need to do and branch out to more anarchist communities. So thanks for having me here!

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