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Deeper in Debt: The Changing Financial Conditions of U.S. Households
Deeper in Debt: The Changing Financial Conditions of U.S. Households
By: Robert Pollin


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book, 82 pages, 8.5" x 11" (saddle-stitched), 1990
ISBN:944826377
This study explains the consequences of the increasing indebtedness of U.S. households, and debunks the notion that demographic change and consumption binges are responsible for the growth in public debt.

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