Opinion

September 25, 2012 1:00 PM

The Mamtek fiasco evokes boondoggles of the railroad-building era

Politicians are ever-eager to stand in front of a building site and turn the golden spade or cut the ribbon on a new factory. But the pitfalls are obvious: All too often, overuse of development subsidies or the extension of public credit for private purposes comes to grief

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