Stein speaks out

Weber, Rick
May 2009
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The article focuses on the opinion of script writer and actor Ben Stein on recession in the U.S. and certain groups of people he considers as stars. He explains that the subprime crisis is caused by some people who made loans that they cannot afford. He says that the real stars are not the celebrities in front of the camera but the soldiers who are deployed in Baghdad, Iraq and Afghanistan and firefighters and police. He also talks about the crisis on the country's educational system.


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