Homelessness is the condition of people without a regular dwelling.
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- There are already in existence sufficient buildings for dwellings in the big towns to remedy any real 'housing shortage,' given rational utilization of them. This can naturally only take place by the expropriation of the present owners and by quartering in their houses the homeless or those workers who are excessively overcrowded in their old houses.
- Friedrich Engels, The Housing Question (1872)