Give Puerto Rico A Way Out Of Crushing Default

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Author(s) The Hartford Courant editorial board
Source The Hartford Courant
Date October 28, 2015
Quotes-start.png True, the commonwealth's problems are, in part, its own fault, due to overspending and reported corruption. But many of its woes stem from its decades as a second-class U.S. citizen. A humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico is Connecticut's crisis, and the nation's, too. We can't turn our backs on it. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Puerto Rico should be allowed to declare bankruptcy on the topic Puerto Rican government-debt crisis.