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Removed following paragraph, as it was irrelevant to the topic of "Minsky moments" and was without reference or citation
It read: "[Economic cycles were an accepted norm at ancient times in many cultures, none more so than in biblical Jubilee-based systems where two cycles run simultaneously. One being a seven-year cycle and the other being a fifty-year cycle in which all debts get defaulted and written off. Any contract made involving debt takes into account a priori that the debt will be written off during the Jubilee year thereby overcoming any destabilizing effects of eventual economic cycles and collapse of asset values.] (Citation Needed.)"
de-leveraging and margin calls
doesn't this related to de-leveraging and margin calls?
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Should [US related, also says global] "financial crisis of 2007–2010" (note was first put in as financial crisis of 2007–2009, in 2009, by Nbarth) in the article be changed to what that redirect's target that now says financial crisis of 2007–08, or to [global and longer] Great Recession (that used to say 2008–2012 global recession)? comp.arch (talk) 09:25, 8 December 2015 (UTC)
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