„No family was to sink into the depths of perpetual poverty. Every family was to have its honor and respect. ...
The national economy would always be stable, and the nation would have no crushing debt. (De 15:6) The Jubilee brought about a stable standard of land values and also prevented a great internal debt and its resultant false prosperity that brings inflation, deflation, and business depression.
The Jubilee law, when obeyed, preserved the nation from gravitating to the sad state [...], where there are virtually only two classes, the extremely rich and the extremely poor. The benefits to the individual strengthened the nation, for none would be underprivileged and crushed into unproductiveness by a bad economic situation, but all could contribute their talents and abilities to the national welfare.
("Insight on the Scriptures", volume 2)