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Published on: December 4, 2014
Pension Wars
Detroit’s Bankruptcy and Its Painful Reforms

While Detroit is not out of the woods yet, its experience points to the fact that troubled cities’ most needed structural reforms may only be possible under extraordinary circumstances.

Stephen Eide is a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
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