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Moreover. S. Congress (lobbied by the major credit card companies of course), making it muoh more difficult for persons to escape their debt burden. 22 In conjunction with these changes the minimum monthly payment required on outstanding balances has recently increased dramatically. 23 Interestingly, however, there has simultaneously been a reduction in the level of outstanding debt of the wealthiest households; consequently, lower-income households account for much of the increase in outstanding Alienation in the "Cashless Society" 29 debt and rnuch of the increase in delinquencies and personal bankruptcies because of credit card debt.
Across India. They tell the same lureand-trap stories and sing the same chorus of outrage. Yet saying that the world runs on plastic today won't really be an exaggeration. Flyers, advertisements, telemarketing, SPAM and more, constantly bombard us with credit-card offers. And there is one to satisfy your every need, from eating out to frequent flying to even pandering your social conscience. Beyond the convenience factor, is an intangible sense of wealth and power that credit-cards can give. 51 Hence, the application of Marx's reflections concerning the power of capital to the American credit card system seem to be borne out by the recent experien ces of many other societies.
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