The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Community Reinvestment Act: past accomplishments and future regulatory challenges
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KeywordsCommunity Reinvestment Act of 1977 ; Credit ; Housing - Finance ; Mortgage loans - Law and legislation ; Housing subsidies;
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