Nationalize that! Why should Alice and Mike give a damn about failing banks?

March 2009
People's Weekly World;3/14/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 37, p9
Question & Answer
The article presents questions and answers related to bank bailouts, nationalization and socialism including the appropriate and necessary role of banks, the difference between nationalization and socialism, and whether the government is better in running banks and companies than the private sector.


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