Category Archives: Bush Tax Cuts

Only Yesterday

Maybe we were living in the Roaring Twenties and September 2008 was our 1929 – with an absurdly overleveraged economy collapsing, again. We did this once before. Really – Fredrick Lewis Allen’s Only Yesterday is the best popular history of … Continue reading

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The Promise of Amazing Adventures in Macroeconomics

Yes, it’s been a long strange ride. Old married couples smile and say that to each other on their anniversary each year. Yes, looking back nothing turned out the way you expected it to turn out. And no doubt, years … Continue reading

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