Due to frequency of corporate scandals in the US, there have been many efforts toward restructuring. Evaluate proposal of: Accounting firms should be liable to pay stock holders if they give a company a clean audit and it goes bankrupt in one year. Opinion with refrences to back up stated opinion if possible.
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