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The Great American Foreclosure Story
The Great American Foreclosure Story

AIR DATE: April 20, 2012

Much of the foreclosure crisis has been told as a tale of wicked banks and self-indulgent homeowners. But Paul Kiel has uncovered a horrendous three year struggle of a woman who made mistakes but did not deserve to end up living in a tent in Hawaii. We talk to Kiel about this story that illustrates so much of what was wrong with the real estate and banking industries in the last few years.
Paul Kiel, Reporter, Propublica

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