Lucid and packed with fascinating detail creditworthy is an essential guide to the intersection of finance and surveillance frank pasquale university of maryland clearly written well researched and wide ranging creditworthy provides a fresh account of the evolution of credit agencies in the united states by combining insights from . Creditworthy is a book about the history of the credit reporting bureaus in the united states starting in the early 1800s the book talks about the credit culture that existed between merchants and consumers at the start of our country. Creditworthy a history of consumer surveillance and financial identity in america columbia studies in the history of us capitalism kindle edition by josh lauer download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets. The feature story published in late december as many americans piled up holiday debts illuminated the inner workings of the consumer credit bureau as millions of americans took advantage of flush credit to finance homes and automobiles and to furnish postwar suburbia a vast surveillance network shadowed them. In creditworthy the first comprehensive history of this crucial american institution josh lauer explores the evolution of credit reporting from its nineteenth century origins to the rise of the modern consumer data industry
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