The final bill on bankruptcy
Volokh Conspirator Todd Zywicki writes that he was the only law prof present last week when George W. Bush signed the bankruptcy bill that Zywicki's been testifying and writing and chewing over for years: "After eight years of seeing defeat clutched from the jaws of victory, I half expected that the President would get lost on the way over or that the pen would run out [of] ink while he was signing it. But everything went off without a hitch ..."
Don't miss the last few chapters on our new national policy -- or Zywicki's description of what sounds like a great Ph.D. dissertation for some enterprising attorney or economist: tax problems as a primary cause of consumer bankruptcy.
Posted by Product Team on April 25, 2005 at 03:19 PM | Permalink
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