The Foreclosure Crisis That Will Not Go Away

When the financial crisis broke in September 2008, it was widely understood — both in policy-making circles and in popular conversation — that problems in the U.S. housing market were central to the unfolding events. But thereafter, the events themselves took center stage: and the problems of the housing sector, though not forgotten, slipped down the political agenda and off the popular radar. That was a mistake.

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