- Title Pages
1Democracy Declined: The Failed Politics of Consumer Financial Protection
2Full Disclosure: Building the U.S. Political Economy of Credit
3“Storming Mad” but Staying Home: Depoliticizing the American Borrower
4The “Horseless Headmen”: Consumer Groups and the Challenge of Political Mobilization
5Democratization and Its Discontents: Demobilizing Marginalized Borrowers
6Race to the Bottom: Administrative Rulemaking in the Political Economy of Credit
7A New Lease? The Uncertain Political Future of Consumer Financial Protection
- Data Appendix
- Democracy Declined
Mallory E. SoRelle
- University of Chicago Press
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