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  • adv. In an unpayable way.


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  • The financial sector makes increasingly steep, even unpayably high claims on the real economy of goods and services.

  • It doesn't need more credit, but a write-down for the unpayably high debts that the banks have imposed on American families, businesses, states and localities, real estate, and the federal government itself.

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  • All these debts are unpayably high because most of these countries are running deepening trade deficits and are sinking into depression.

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  • The US can today claim the exalted status of the most indebted nation in human history, with every level of society (individuals, corporations, local / state / federal governments, etc) owing an unpayably large amount of money.

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