Why 2 housing economy ‘babies’ are being thrown out with the bathwater

In the 1930s, everybody knew what a “bank run” was. Grown-ups lined up around the block, hoping to get in the bank to take their money out before the bank closed. Today known as a “retail run,” this was stopped in the '30s by deposit insurance -- really a government guarantee that your money is safe, and there's no reason to run to get it ...