Suggesting that spatially exclusionary policies go back aways, I stumbled on this reading about Christian perspectives on hospitality; Isaiah 5:8. Hebrew is the worst of my reading languages, but I went back and looked at what is reported for the Westminster-Leningrad Codex. This is the Hebrew as it appears:
ה֗וֹי מַגִּיעֵ֥י בַ֙יִת֙ בְּבַ֔יִת שָׂדֶ֥ה בְשָׂדֶ֖ה יַקְרִ֑יבוּ עַ֚ד אֶ֣פֶס מָק֔וֹם וְהֽוּשַׁבְתֶּ֥ם לְבַדְּכֶ֖ם בְּקֶ֥רֶב הָאָֽרֶץ׃
Woe unto them that join house to house, that lay field to field, till there be no place, that they may be placed alone in the midst of the earth!
What sorrow for you who buy up house after house and field after field,
until everyone is evicted and you live alone in the land.
Look at you people! You join houses to houses and fields to fields until there is no room for anyone else. But when the punishment comes, you will be forced to live alone. You will be the only people in the whole land.
I am going with:
Those who add house to house,
And join field to field,
Till there is room for none but you,
To dwell in the land!