Widespread unemployment, especially among young men, creates conditions that are ripe for social unrest, radicalization, and crime. This was the case in Europe and Japan in the 1920s and 1930s, and is the case in the Middle East and elsewhere now. How can the U.S. government and private sector investors accelerate economic development in countries with high unemployment and rising violence?
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