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Annotated Bibliography of Histories of Debt and Bankruptcy

posted by Jason Kilborn

I just read a really fabulous annotated bibliography of books (alas, articles by such luminaries as Emily Kadens are excluded) on the history of credit, debt, and bankruptcy in the United States. Many of my favorites are on here, along with a few new entrants with which I was, embarrassingly, unfamiliar. This is a great resource for new lawyers and law professors, in particular, but also for anyone interested in this fascinating history and/or looking for something to help while away the cold, blizzard-bound winter hours. Enjoy! 

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Thank you, Jason. A follow up, an annotated bibliography of ARTICLES is in process . . . .

-Josiah Daniel
Visiting Scholar
Department of History, UT Austin
Retired Partner in Residence
Vinson & Elkins, Dallas

Awesome. Thanks for the tip--and thanks Josiah.

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