NYC Shows Puerto Rico How to Stay Alive If U.S. Says ‘Drop Dead’Martin Z. Braun
On May 2, 1975, the heads of New York’s three largest banks told Governor Hugh Carey they would no longer buy New York City’s debt. With that, the world’s financial capital was pushed to the brink of default.
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