Chain of title : how three ordinary Americans uncovered Wall Street's great foreclosure fraud / David Dayen.
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|Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library - Greensburg||330.973 DAYEN (Text)||32826014010722||Adult Non-Fiction||In transit||-|
|Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Branch||330.973 DAYEN (Text)||33946003117186||Nonfiction . 2nd Floor||Available||-|
|Jefferson County Public Library - Madison||330.973 DAY (Text)||39391006748485||Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Mooresville Public Library - Mooresville||BUS 330.973 DAY (Text)||37323005265965||BUSINESS||Checked out||01/03/2017|
|Rochester Library||330.973 DAY (Text)||33187004063604||Nonfiction - R||Available||-|
|Spencer County Public Library - Rockport||330.973 DAY (Text)||70741000137433||Adult Non Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781620971581
- ISBN: 1620971585
- Physical Description: ix, 385 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2016.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages -374) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| A knock at the door -- The dark side of the American dream -- Securitization FAIL; or, Cirilo Codrington and the Panama Doc Shop -- The originator -- The community -- Mr. Anonymous -- When Michael met Lisa -- Happy hours -- The network -- The specialist -- Black deeds -- The revolution will be blogged -- The ninth floor -- The rally in Tally -- By any means necessary -- Downfall -- The big time -- We will put people in jail -- Wriggling off the hook -- The final whitewash -- Lisa's last stand -- Epilogue.
|Summary, etc.:|| "In the depths of the Great Recession, a cancer nurse, a car dealership worker, and an insurance fraud specialist helped uncover the largest consumer crime in American history-a scandal that implicated dozens of major executives on Wall Street. They called it foreclosure fraud: millions of families were kicked out of their homes based on false evidence by mortgage companies that had no legal right to foreclose. Lisa Epstein, Michael Redman, and Lynn Szymoniak did not work in government or law enforcement. They had no history of anticorporate activism. Instead they were all foreclosure victims, and while struggling with their shame and isolation they committed a revolutionary act: closely reading their mortgage documents, discovering the deceit behind them, and building a movement to expose it. Fiscal Times columnist David Dayen recounts how these ordinary Floridians challenged the most powerful institutions in America armed only with the truth-and for a brief moment they brought the corrupt financial industry to its knees"-- Provided by publisher.
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