The phrase 'too big to fail' is used to justify the rescue of businesses with chequered pasts. The idea is that it will hurt more people if the business collapses than if everyone is forced to pay for its survival. I'm not here to extol the merits of macro-economic policy, but, whether or not this idea is true, it seems important that no-one believes they're too big to fail. If they do, surely that gives them a licence to act with impunity. What cause needs thinking about differently now? Here's your chance to shake up an institution.
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