In Whitley’s dynamic new Journal, he returns to the subject of the recession and what can (and should be done) to fix the mortgage crisis. He writes, “Unfortunately, the financial crisis may not be over, and it is to be hoped that, this time, it can be handled correctly. The bailouts did not fail, but the cost was enormous and unnecessary. It was probably the least efficient possible means of correcting the situation.” What would have worked better? Read his new Journal, and find out. And come meet Whitley in person at our Joshua Tree conference in October!
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