Here's a 27-page Housing for All pamphlet with a proposed Renters' Bill of Rights. I look forward to your comments and to a future of generalized security, reduced working hours, labor-oriented investment, person-oriented work, community centers, cloud-workers, exchanging roles and redefining work, security, health, strength and happiness. Time for alternative economics after the credit-bubble phase and the money-out-of-thin air speculation. The financial sector should be shriveled and the public sector expanded. Enough can replace more as access can replace excess. Jobs in education cost 1/10 jobs in a capital intensive industry like chemical dyes or endless pipelines. Unlike a chair, an idea can be shared by a whole people. Long live alternatives!
link to homesforall.org