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The link between consumer credit markets and bankruptcy policy is a complex one, acknowledged but not adequately examined in the existing scholarship. This essay argues that the causative relationships running between borrowing and bankruptcy compel a different strategy for policing the conduct of lenders and borrowers in consumer credit markets. I begin by sorting out some of the realities of consumer lending that policy debates about bankruptcy "reform" have obscured. First, I discuss thedoi:10.2202/1565-3404.1131 fatcat:gmdc6o5fi5ha7hwmxpchhkg6bi