1995 was a banner year for credit unions, as capital levels hit historic highs and delinquency continued a decade-long decline.

Too bad nobody noticed. Instead, the industry busily set about making a spectacle of itself for most of the year, beginning with the collapse of $1.6 billion-asset Capital Corporate Federal Credit Union - Cap Corp - in January.

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