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FEATURING NOELLE STOUT – The 2008 home mortgage crisis began more than 10 years ago but its impact on millions of Americans is still being fully understood. A shocking 14 million Americans were forced into filing for foreclosure but ultimately the government programs we were told would help these homeowners were largely a failure.

Telling the story of how predatory corporate practices ripped off Americans who were already vulnerable, is author Noelle Stout. Her book Dispossessed: How Predatory Bureaucracy Foreclosed on the American Middle Class centers on the stories of those who lost their homes, and those bank employees who were told to deny them help.

Noelle Stout, Associate Professor of Anthropology at New York University, author of the new book Dispossessed: How Predatory Bureaucracy Foreclosed on the American Middle Class.

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