AIG's Bad Reverberations

The fury over AIG executives' bonuses is heightened by the overall anonymity of those behind the broader economic collapse, for which no one is being held responsible [March 30]. However understandable, this scapegoating distracts from the bigger problem and may debilitate the political will to enact appropriate legislation.
Connell J. Maguire, RIVIERA BEACH, FLA., U.S.

It is time we change the paradigm from "too big to be allowed to fail" to "too big to be allowed."
John Carlson, LITTLE RIVER, S.C., U.S.

It is bitterly ironic that the policies of privatization and the...

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