November 26, 2012

How to Free the World's Debt Colonies

Ha-Joon Chang, The Guardian

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If nations were able to go bankrupt like companies it would benefit everyone, especially society's poorest.

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TAGGED: Greece, Argentina, Eurozone, Europe

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