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Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?

 
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Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
Wiki says, "Their (HOAs) growth were limited, however, until the 1960s, when several factors led to a period of rapid national growth, including, a push towards large scale residential development by the Federal Housing Authority and the Urban Land Institute. HOAs governed 24.8 million American homes and 62 million residents in 2010. That's a signification number of people.

Do you think that the government invested/funded the beginning of HOAs to get people accustomed to being told how they can live?

The people essentially become desensitized to tyranny and accept it like it's nothing.
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Re: Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
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Re: Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
Some scholars and the AARP charge that in a variety of ways HOAs suppress the rights of their residents. Due to their nature as a non-governmental entity, HOA boards of directors are not bound by constitutional restrictions on governments, although they are essentially a de facto level of government.

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