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Could the U.S. be the next Argentina?


Argentina experienced the most crippling debt default in history in 2001, but some senators question if the U.S. could be next. The Economist's Greg Ip explains why the U.S. is different from Argentina and how there's really no way to predict all the possible repercussions of a U.S. debt default.