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The Real Cause Of The Credit Crunch

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without reading it....is the answer....lack of credit?

No, it's because the state hasn't put the minimum wage to 12 billion pounds an hour.

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No, it's because the state hasn't put the minimum wage to 12 billion pounds an hour.

Of course Injin in your stateless dreamland everyone would be living a lifestyle akin to that of today's mega rich.

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No, it's because the state hasn't put the minimum wage to 12 billion pounds an hour.

oh, its because people borrowed more than they could afford....I C.

better blame the poor for the current debt levels of UK and US governments.

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Of course Injin in your stateless dreamland everyone would be living a lifestyle akin to that of today's mega rich.

That's right, well done. :)

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Of course Injin in your stateless dreamland everyone would be living a lifestyle akin to that of today's mega rich.

actually, I think Injins reality is the exact reverse.

the mega rich would be living like everyone else, their riches returned to the real owners.

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I put it down to the Quakers being given equality. Went steadily downhill from then on, not enough successful business people with good morals left to act as role models.

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I put it down to the Quakers being given equality. Went steadily downhill from then on, not enough successful business people with good morals left to act as role models.

Should never have let them sow their oats.

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