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Greg Dwulit | If banks and landlords are expected to place a hold on mortgage payments and rent, credit card companies should be expected to do the same.
Activist Toolkit
| A tool for anyone in debt to gain a better understanding of systems, and ways to break out of a life full of debt.
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Nora Loreto | The recession in and of itself isn't as important as other economic indicators that show how well people are doing.
Activist Toolkit
| A free manual on strategies for fighting common forms of debt and a vision for a social movement of debt resistance.
Columnists
Trish Hennessy | Giving, getting, buying -- cash and credit. The holiday shopping habits of Canadians.
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | Credit card debt began to rise sharply in the 1990s with major marketing campaigns. The middle class started to make up for a decline in real wages by using credit to make ends meet.
Columnists
Hennessy's Index | Debt culture: A quick survey of the national debt load shows that whether it's household debt or credit payments, many Canadians are experiencing increasing difficulties and savings are also hurting.
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The Media Consortium | This week's Audit looks ahead to President Obama's financial regulatory overhaul and review some of the abuses from the subprime establishment.
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Trish Hennessy | U.S. President Barack Obama is calling on credit card companies to stop the abuse and charge more reasonable interest rates. Will Canada follow suit?
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The Media Consortium | This week's Audit tackles executive malfeasance on Wall Street and its consequences for ordinary citizens.
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The Media Consortium | This week's Audit tackles the problems posed by the bank lobby's pervasive influence on federal policymakers.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | <p><span>Hidden penalties, sudden interest rate hikes, deceptive language -- those are just some of the abusive practices of credit card companies that Congress is trying to stop. </span></p>