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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Detroit’s bankruptcy filing, if the unions will take a harder hit than the bond owners and what kind of national precedence this bankruptcy may set.

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Billions in Debt, Detroit Tumbles Into Insolvency
Detroit’s demise was decades in the making
A Ticklish Challenge: Selling Detroit After Bankruptcy


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  • MattMusson

    Your discussion missed one significant point. The Detroit bankruptcy is going to be portrayed as a race based bankruptcy. You will hear – “American allowed Detroit to go bankrupt because it is a Black city.”