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Before Toxie Was Toxic

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The last bubble: A neighborhood laid out in in the 1970s in Charlotte County, Florida, for a subdivision that never got built. DigitalGlobe hide caption

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The Origin Of Toxie

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Toxie's Dark Past

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Richard Koenig defaulted on one of the mortgages that's part of our toxic asset. Chana Joffe-Walt/NPR hide caption

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We Take Toxie On The Road

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Zero Dollars, Zero Cents

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