The Student Loan Scam: The Most Oppressive Debt in U.S. History, and How We Can Fight Back

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Index
Access Group, the, 84
Adam Smith Society of California, 100–101
Aigaki, David, 108
Alaska, ix
Alaya, Ana, 75
Amarillo, Texas, 19, 40
ARPAnet, 4
Arrow Financial Services, 13, 42
Baltimore Sun, 98
Bank of America, 21, 84
bankruptcy, x, 4, 14–18, 46, 53, 55–62, 83, 91, 94, 86, 101, 109–115, 119–130, 142–147
Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, 14–15, 97, 114
Basken, Paul, 113
Better Business Bureau, 42, 140
Blue Dog Democrats, 116
Boca Raton, 11, 32
Boehner, John, 11, 16, 29–31, 67, 72
Bonus Army, 1
Boston Phoenix, 103
Brooks Institute of Photography, 58
Brown, Lynnae, 99
Bush, George, 12, 20, 32, 66, 67–71, 106, 148
Cal State, Northridge, 7
Caltech, vii, viii, 104
Capella University, 86
Casillas, Conway, 113
Cathie, Walter, 86
CBS News, 38
Charlow, David, 34, 86
Chicago Sun-Times, xiv, 102
Chronicle of Higher Education, xiv, 32, 113
Citibank, 13, 16, 31, 84–85
Clark, Jason, 128
Cleveland Plain Dealer, 31
Clinton, Hillary, xiv, 16, 132
cohort default rate, 51
Cold War, 2–3
College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, 107, 132
Collegiate Funding Services, 34, 85
Columbia University, 34, 86
Committee to Restore Value, 10
Consumer Bankers Association, 31, 67, 116
consumer price index, 4
Cornell University, 103
Corus Bank, 39
Cuomo, Andrew, 33, 80, 81–83, 88, 91
Daley, Richard, 121
Dalstrom, Carl, 28
Dannenberg, Michael, 81
Davidson College, 104
default rate, 51, 104, 124
defaulted loans, xi, 5–8, 17–18, 23, 35, 37–40, 45, 51, 75, 77, 108, 117–118, 134, 138
defense industry, viii
Department of Defense, 3
DiNapoli, Rose, 31

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