Merchants of Misery: How Corporate America Profits From Poverty

Merchants of Misery How Corporate America Profits From Poverty Examines how corporations profit from the poor by bankrolling pawnshops and high interest finance companies and discusses current protests

  • Title: Merchants of Misery: How Corporate America Profits From Poverty
  • Author: Michael Hudson
  • ISBN: 9781567510829
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Examines how corporations profit from the poor by bankrolling pawnshops and high interest finance companies, and discusses current protests.

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  • Michael Hudson

    As of 2010 Sep 07, the books under this name are written by at least 3 different people 1 enpedia wiki Michael_ 2 enpedia wiki Michael_ 3 Some material scientist of the same name.

  • 707 Comments

  • Life changer for a friend, haven't finished it but clearly it is a make-your-blood-boil kind of book. Awful reality.


  • Outdated, although interesting from a historical perspective, especially within current economic conditions. It is fascinating, frustrating, and unsurprising to hear main-stream journalists discussing the troublesome nature of mortgage-backed securities (in the mid-nineties!) and a successful pawn-broker commenting on the inroads his industry has made into established financial organizations, such as, you know, Lehman Brothers.


  • fairly outdated and it unfairly skews everything possible in favor of consumers. Interesting at least and decently written although I consider the format tacky. would have been 2 stars if I didn't work in the industry



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