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By : N. John Habraken

An international meeting of professionals offers a good opportunity to ask ourselves where we stand in relation to the complex problem called housing. One can have different opinions about the question when housing as we understand it today - as a professional occupation- really began. Some may argue that it was with the passing of the first housing laws in Europe at the turn of the century. Others feel that the system only came into its own in the thirties or even only after the second world war. But it is safe to say that we can look back at at least a half century of professional effort on behalf of those in need of better shelter.

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