Sweeping in scope and intimate in detail, Golden Gates captures a vast political realignment during a moment of rapid technological and social change. Conor Dougherty is an economics reporter at The New York Times.He previously spent a decade in New York covering housing and the economy for The Wall Street Journal.He grew up in the Bay Area and lives with his family in Oakland.
Why the fight for affordable housing is so hard to win Conor Dougherty examines the housing crisis in “Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America” By Sasha Perigo Apr 1, 2020, 9:06am PDT.
Golden Gates by Conor Dougherty. This book seemed like targeted clickbait. San Francisco. Housing. Journalist. I willingly fell for it, and I made the right decision. 1) SF BAAR changed its name to SF BARF. Throughout this book, I was shocked by how I’ve been completely oblivious to local politics.
Conor Dougherty has written an insightful and engaging book explaining why housing has become unaffordable in so many places. This vivid, insightful book provides a peerless guide to the fierce political battles over new construction that will help determine the future of our society.
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Golden Gates is superb. The book combines gripping storytelling with outstanding reporting on a complicated issue. Dougherty tells the story of the California housing crisis through the stories of a few key players--whose names you have (probably) never heard of--but who come across with all the quirks and passions as people you would love to have dinner with, even if you don't agree with them.
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With propulsive storytelling and ground-level reporting, New York Times journalist Conor Dougherty chronicles America’s housing crisis from its West Coast epicenter, peeling back the decades of history and economic forces that brought us here and taking readers inside the activist uprisings that have risen in tandem with housing costs.