Like the former speakers, I will not speak on the topic for which I was scheduled. Instead I am going to talk about two things which are not closely related to one another but which are both related to the profitability of the retail sale of goods and credit in the ghetto. I propose to leave the law on consumer credit to Mr. Dostert and Professor Hogan. First I wish to say a word on the so-called "free entry" aspects of the Uniform Consumer Credit Code; then I will comment on the Federal Trade Commission study.
White, James J. "Consumer Credit in the Ghetto: UCC Free Entry Provisions and the Federal Trade Commission Study (Business in the Ghetto)." Bus. Law. 25 (1969): 143-51.