Owning A Home: American Dream Turned Nightmare Home foreclosures are at a record high, and help from Congress will come too late for many Americans. As the toll of the sub-prime crisis continues to grow, guests discuss the human reality of foreclosure and how it affects individual families.
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Owning A Home: American Dream Turned Nightmare

Owning A Home: American Dream Turned Nightmare

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Home foreclosures are at a record high, and help from Congress will come too late for many Americans. As the toll of the sub-prime crisis continues to grow, guests discuss the human reality of foreclosure and how it affects individual families.

Guests:

John Taylor, president and CEO of The National Community Reinvestment Coalition

Paul Reyes, wrote "Bleak Houses: Digging through the Ruins of the Mortgage Crisis" in the October Harper's Magazine

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