A Wave of Bankruptcies Would Do Us Good

“Americans are renowned for their skill in business and their spirit of enterprise. But in general they are considered bad debtors.” So wrote Alexis de Tocqueville, that great observer of U.S. society, when he reflected in 1831 on the remarkable frequency with which the citizens of his host country entered bankruptcy.

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