New York University Law Review
Consumer credit, state control of consumer credit, federal control of consumer credit
An important problem confronting those in the consumer credit industry is the absence of a cohesive body of law. This impairs creditors of all types and also results in unequal treatment of consumers. In a comprehensive study Mfr. Felsenfeld analyzes the evolution from purely state regulation of consumer credit to a combination of state and federal control. The author suggests that, despite certain merits of local regulation, the consumer credit area may well be preempted by future federal legislation.
45 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 487 (1970)