Writing & Speeches
Paul Davidoff was committed to expanding economic opportunities for poor and working class- individuals and families by creating new affordable housing in America’s suburbs. His efforts to achieve this goal were frequently opposed by local officials who used exclusionary zoning to oppose such projects. Paul Davidoff and his colleagues produced research, wrote articles, prepared plans, organized grassroots movements, and initiated legal cases advance their economic and housing integration efforts. These activities, along with his 1968 run for Congress as a Civil Rights and Peace and justice candidate, generated considerable press coverage. Paul Davidoff writing samples and articles are available in this section of the website.