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Morton’s fork July 13, 2011

Posted by vocabulry in Uncategorized.
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1. choice between two equally unpleasant alternatives (in other words, a dilemma), or two lines of reasoning that lead to the same unpleasant conclusion.

2. “between a rock and a hard place,”


“We face a similarly depressing Morton’s Fork with Greece: whatever we do, whether we bail it out or not, we will be hit.”

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