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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - William E. Brewer
For an increasing number of young Americans, the postcollege journey leads to the office of a bankruptcy lawyer.
"You can take it from those of us who are on the front line of economic distress in America. This could very well be the next debt bomb for the U.S. economy. We can't afford to do nothing about this," NACBA President William E. Brewer told reporters in a conference call.