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  • v. Present participle of Hispanicize.


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  • Of course individuals and businesses were clueless about the ability of marginal homebuyers in California, Arizona, Nevada and Florida to pay off their huge new mortgages or to find greater fools willing to pay even more to move into their rapidly Hispanicizing states.

    The Banana Subsidy Bubble?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As you know, the great majority of defaulted mortgage dollars at the time of the economic crash in the fall of 2008 were found in just four rapidly Hispanicizing states: California, Blog Articles

  • There was overlending going on all over the world-yet the collapse started in a few rapidly Hispanicizing states in the U.S. Why? - Latest Articles

  • That rapidly Hispanicizing regions turned out to be full of people who couldn't pay back their giant mortgages wasn't impossible to forecast: instead, it was, to coin a term,



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