Lizzie and Christine
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How lenders once viewed women as second-class citizens

Christine Edwards was 23 when she decided to buy a moped to ride to work. However, both the retailer and the bank where she worked, refused to lend her money without her father's signature. She reveals to her daughter Lizzie how common it was for lenders to discriminate against women just one generation ago.

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  • 06 Jul 2016