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A history of housing policies in France

Second Part 1980-2014

Sold out 20 April 2015
Director of publication: Jean Leveugle, urbaniste illustrateur

Within the framework of its programming 2015 which explores the stakes in the accommodation of the close friend in the urban democracy, Pavillon de l'Arsenal publishes for the first time a comic strip. Of the massive reconstruction according to war in the emergence of a priority objective: the fight against social exclusion and the social mix, this Jean Leveugle's comic strip, the town planner and the illustrator, makes accessible the history of the politics of the housing environment in France.

The second shutter returns over the period of 1980 in today: "economic crisis, decentralization, right for the big, social accommodation, the social mix, the urban renovation, the crises projects, urban affairs. Which, how, where and why? We shall find a part of the answers in this drawn band. Between humor and scientific rigor, this second shutter give to see the big stages of the politics of the housing environment in France of the 1970s in today, through one or through several interpretations: the epic of the mayors entrepreneurs, in the hurricane of the free market, the politics of the housing environment will never stop amazing …" - Jean Leveugle


Editions of Pavillon de l'Arsenal
12 pages, 3 euros 
ISBN : 978-2-35487-029-4

Book only available in french


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