Thank You, Recession: Vanguard

For young Americans, the U.S. recession is a major bummer on our bank accounts and future. Where can we look to for advice? Enter Argentina, a country that went through its own economic crisis in 2001, and where we might be able to learn a thing or two -- even if it is 5,000 miles away from Wall Street.

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