Table of contents for Choice and the end of social housing / Peter King.

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1  Putting social housing in its place             21
Interesting times                               21
A question of image?                            24
2   Housing is different                           29
Changing subsidies                              33
The purpose of object subsidies                 36
Arguments for subject subsidies                 44
3  How we got to where we are                      52
The early years                                 53
1945 and after                                  56
The 1970s and the end of consensus              57
Conservative housing policy in the 198os and 1990o  60
4  Why some policies succeed and others
do not                                          66
'Putting people first'                          66
The Right to Buy and why it worked              68
Can social housing ever succeed?                71
5  Current policies                                73
The key themes                                  74
A master plan?                                  79
Choice                                          92
6  All talk - the changing culture of housing      97
7  A blueprint for change                         103
Introduction                                   103
A future for social housing?                   107
Subsidies to households, not landlords         113
A new form of housing management               123
8 Conclusion: liberating landlords and tenants 128
References                                     131

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Public housing Great Britain, Housing policy Great Britain