Matthew Desmond

Sociologist at Princeton University

Sociologist at Princeton University and author of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

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It’s not cheap to live in Santa Barbara.

The human toll of evictions

It’s not cheap to live in Santa Barbara.

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Eviction -- it used to be a rare occurrence, a last resort for the worst tenants. Now it’s more common than many people may realize.

The Eviction Industrial Complex

Eviction -- it used to be a rare occurrence, a last resort for the worst tenants. Now it’s more common than many people may realize.

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