2011-09-22 03:18:54References of the "it's not bad" argument
Alexandre

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I folks, I started translating the "it's not bad" argument, and I chose the Basic version as it's more readable.

 

I'd like to hyperlink the sentences to its corresponding reference, though.

 

Does anyone know where gpwayne got the reference for this excerpt below? It's the kind of claim skeptics oftes take issue with...

 

"Disruptions to global trade, transport, energy supplies and labour markets, banking and finance, investment and insurance, would all wreak havoc on the stability of both developed and developing nations."