The Politics of Small Housesby Wendy McElroy
Oct. 29, 2013
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It is a new freedom strategy: liberating the human need for shelter from the state and the cronies called financial institutions. Small (or tiny) house pioneer Jay Shafer considers it to be a form of civil disobedience.