s' father, a Cuban immigrant, made his living in Tampa's poorer neighborhoods by "trashing-out" foreclosed homes. In between jobs, cities, and writing gigs, Reyes worked alongside his father and his crew cleaning out the foreclosed properties and sometimes interviewing the former tenants. His new book, Exiles in Eden,
takes us far from the machinations of Wall Street to the sun-baked side streets where the true costs of the national foreclosure crisis can be seen.
Recorded On: Tuesday, September 14, 2010
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