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Why it’s so hard to end homelessness in America

City of Boston workers clear encampments in the area known as Mass and Cass.

Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Alvin Powell | Harvard Staff Writer


Ending homelessness in America is a complex challenge, deeply rooted in poverty and a scarcity of affordable housing, compounded by medical, psychiatric, and substance-use issues.



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