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Wall Street Journal Mourns the Growing Efficiency of the Banking Industry

Most sectors have manufacturing have seen serious downsizing and restructuring over the last four decades. Many have gone bankrupt. Much of this story was not pretty for the workers directly affected. Many lost the only good-paying jobs they ever held. Some also lost pensions and health care benefits. Nonetheless, the conventional wisdom among economists was that this process was good.
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