How Arkansas Solved Its 1930s Debt Crisis

Slavin, Robert
November 2015
Bond Buyer;11/5/2015, Vol. 1 Issue 34406, p1
Trade Publication
Long before Puerto Rico's debt crisis, Arkansas' defaults were followed by a decade of refundings, a debt exchange, and ultimately Federal help to resolve its problems.


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