Best Way for Detroit to Deal with Its Debt 

Emergency manager

Right. Because we really need someone to come in and sell off the city's assets, like our water system or Belle Isle. Because democracy really is such a quaint and old-fashioned idea that it has run its course. Because an emergency manager is going to know how to keep 20,000 people a year from leaving the city, and how to keep tens of thousands more homes from being foreclosed on. Oh, yes, this is what Detroit needs. But it sure sounds like a simple solution to frustrating, complex problems that make you wanna throw up your hands and shred democracy.

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