The Economic Case For Outlawing Immoral Debt
How much debt do you owe? Student loans, car loans, home loans, credit cards, and other debt are all very common today. Most of us have at least some debt; it is seemingly unavoidable. Debt can cause serious problems: bankruptcy stays on your credit report…
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It seems that today, having considerable amounts of debt is a reality for most Americans. Ever wonder what the years-old concept of usury could do to alleviate this situation? Read: