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Monday, January 18, 2016


Kathleen C Engel

Great piece, Jeff. I am increasingly of the view that both common law and statutes fail consumers and that the solution lies in decision-making/ shopping technology. I am trying to finish up an article on this.

Steve Rhode

This post completely resonated with me and the concept of the logically irrational debtor. I love the line, "The law thus employs rules which appear to be designed for people who don't actually exist." Amen!

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