How a Tokyo Earthquake Could Devastate Wall Street and the Global Economy  MAR 16 2011

That's the title of an article written by Michael Lewis in 1989.

A big quake has hit Tokyo roughly every 70 years for four centuries: 1923, 1853, 1782, 1703, 1633.

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