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Personal and public debt : from student loans to national debt / [edited by] The New York Times editorial staff.

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  • ISBN: 9781642822151
  • ISBN: 1642822159
  • Physical Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : : New York Times Educational Publishing, in association with The Rosen Publishing Group, 2020.

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Subject: Debt > Juvenile literature.
Debts, Public > United States > Juvenile literature.
Student loans > United States > Juvenile literature.
Consumer credit > United States > Juvenile literature.
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Introduction 7(3)
Chapter 1 The Student Loan Debt Crisis
Student Debt Slows Growth as Young Spend Less
10(5)
Annie Lowrey
Student Loan Debt Burdens More Than Just Young People
15(5)
Elizabeth Olson
Managing Student Loan Debt as an Older Adult
20(4)
John F. Wasik
The Many Pitfalls of Private Student Loans
24(5)
Tara Siegel Bernard
A Student Loan System Stacked Against the Borrower
29(5)
Gretchen Morgenson
Government to Expand Program to Forgive Student Loan Debt
34(3)
Stephanie Saul
In Navient Lawsuits, Unsettling Echoes of Past Lending Crisis
37(5)
Jessica Silver-Greenberg
Stacy Cowley
The Accusations Against Navient
42(5)
Stacy Cowley
As Paperwork Goes Missing, Private Student Loan Debts May Be Wiped Away
47(8)
Stacy Cowley
Jessica Silver-Greenberg
To Draw Workers, Employers Offer to Help With Student Loans
55(4)
Ann Carrns
A Teacher's Student Loans Were Forgiven. Then FedLoan Wrecked His Credit
59(4)
Ron Lieber
Chapter 2 Medical Debt, Insurance and the Government's Role
Medical Debt Cited More Often in Bankruptcies
63(3)
Ann Carrns
Discrepancies on Medical Bills Can Leave a Credit Stain
66(5)
Tara Siegel Bernard
Signs of a Decline in Financial Distress Connected to Medical Bills
71(2)
Margot Sanger-Katz
The Medical Bill Mystery
73(5)
Elisabeth Rosenthal
Even Insured Can Face Crushing Medical Debt, Study Finds
78(6)
Margot Sanger-Katz
Obamacare Seems to Be Reducing People's Medical Debt
84(3)
Margot Sanger-Katz
Medical Debt: You May Not Owe It
87(3)
Ann Carrns
2 New Yorkers Erased $1.5 Million in Medical Debt for Hundreds of Strangers
90(3)
Sharon Otterman
Medicare: Not Such a Budget-Buster Anymore
93(3)
Margot Sanger-Katz
Kevin Quealy
The Medicare Miracle
96(3)
Paul Krugman
Chapter 3 Mortgages, Consumer Debt and Collection
Debt's Two Sides: Riches and Misery
99(5)
Jeff Sommer
They're Growing Older. Their Mortgage Debt Is Growing Deeper
104(5)
Paula Span
Service Members Left Vulnerable to Payday Loans
109(4)
Jessica Silver-Greenberg
Peter Eavis
Consumer Protection Bureau Cripples New Rules for Payday Loans
113(3)
Stacy Cowley
Bad Debt Collectors and Their Prey
116(2)
The New York Times
Sued Over Old Debt, and Blocked From Suing Back
118(7)
Jessica Silver-Greenberg
Michael Corkery
Debt Collectors' Abuses Prompt Consumer Agency to Propose New Rules
125(6)
Stacy Cowley
Justices Appear Reluctant to Close Debt Collection Loophole
131(3)
Adam Liptak
A Boom in Credit Cards: Great News for Banks, Less So Consumers
134(5)
Jessica Silver-Greenberg
Stacy Cowley
Your Credit Card Will Pay for the Next Recession
139(3)
The New York Times
Chapter 4 Corporate Debt
Microsoft's Next Milestone: Corporate Debt
142(2)
Dealbook
Corporate Debt Coming Due May Squeeze Credit
144(4)
Nelson D. Schwartz
To Secure a Mega-Merger, AT&T Plans to Shoulder Mega-Debt
148(3)
Leslie Picker
House Tax Plan May Shift Use of Corporate Debt
151(5)
Peter Eavis
Are Debt Problems Lurking Below the Surface?
156(3)
Peter Eavis
The Big, Dangerous Bubble in Corporate Debt
159(6)
William D. Cohan
Federal Reserve Warns as Risky Corporate Debt Exceeds Peak Crisis Level
165(2)
Jeanna Smialek
Chapter 5 National Debt
Debt, Growth and the Austerity Debate
167(4)
Carmen M. Reinhart
Kenneth S. Rogoff
Nobody Understands Debt
171(3)
Paul Krugman
`What's the Difference Between the National Debt and the Federal Deficit?'
174(1)
Patricia Cohen
Learning the Right Lessons From the Financial Crisis
175(3)
N. Gregory Mankiw
No, Tariffs Aren't Going to Pay Down the National Debt
178(3)
Jim Tankersley
As Debt Rises, the Government Will Soon Spend More on Interest Than on the Military
181(6)
Nelson D. Schwartz
Federal Deficit Climbs Again, Putting It on Track for $1 Trillion This Year
187(3)
Jim Tankersley
Your Grandchildren Are Already in Debt
190(4)
Steven Rattner
Democrats, Debt and Double Standards
194(4)
Paul Krugman
The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not
198(5)
Binyamin Appelbaum
How America Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Deficits and Debt
203(8)
Neil Irwin
Glossary 211(2)
Media Literacy Terms 213(2)
Media Literacy Questions 215(2)
Citations 217(5)
Index 222


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