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Edmund L. Andrews’ recent piece for The New York Times, “My Personal Credit Crisis”, is a fascinating but also frustrating excerpt from his upcoming book, Busted: Life Inside the Great Mortgage Meltdown. In “My Personal Credit Crisis,” Andrews recounts the story of how he went from being a financially stable journalist with a great credit score to becoming a husband and father so deep in debt that he would lie awake each night awash in dread and anxiety.
I’ve read Andrews’ piece twice now, and must admit that I’m still unclear as to what point he is trying to make. Continue reading