Let's NOT Save The Banks

July 2012
Moderate Voice;7/13/2012, p6
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The article offers the author's insights regarding the bailout received by the banks in Spain and the austerity measures of the government. The author says that the greed and arrogance of the bankers resulted to a great numbers of bad loans. He also notes that the policy on saving the banks makes the banks and bankers richer and corporations become more profitable.


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