Robert Manning

Rochester Institute of Technology

Guest

Founder and President of the Responsible Debt Relief Institute and  Research Professor of Consumer Finance at the Rochester Institute of Technology; author of Credit Card Nation: The Consequences of America's Addiction to Credit and editorial advisor to the film In Debt We Trust

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