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Geisst looks at the policy implications of ...
Geisst looks at the policy implications of the credit crisis and describes how the United States can get its fiscal house in order:
This book connects the dots from consumer spending to credit cards to home-equity loans and back to credit cards.
1 The Great American Credit Machine.
2 Creating a Consumer Credit Society in the 1920s.
3 A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy.
4 The Rise of Credit Cards.
5 The Mortgage Explosion.
6 The Politics of Credit.
7 Policy Implications.
8 Prescription and Outlook.