A Capital Place to Live Part 1 (1973)

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London’s housing crisis has long roots. A Capital Place To Live investigates the city’s housing crunch of the early 1970s to startling effect. With a directing credit attributed to theorist Stuart Hall, the film documents Londoners’ battle with prohibitive private rent and forced social cleansing.

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