The Great Unraveling

The Great Unraveling

Losing Our Way in the New Century

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WW Norton
The national bestseller: A galvanizing work from America's leading economic critic—a book that will set the terms of the political debate for years to come.

Baker & Taylor
A respected economist shares a collection of his colums from "The New York Times" that analyzes the course of the American economy, looking at the collapse of fiscal responsibility, corporate scandals, and how the nation can get back on track.

Norton Pub
The national bestseller: A galvanizing work from America's leading economic critic—a book that will set the terms of the political debate for years to come.
No one has more authority to call the shots the way they really are than Paul Krugman, whose provocative New York Times columns are keenly followed by millions. One of the world's most respected economists, Krugman has been named America's most important columnist by the Washington Monthly and columnist of the year by Editor and Publisher magazine.In this long-awaited work containing Krugman's most influential columns along with new commentary, he chronicles how the boom economy unraveled: how exuberance gave way to pessimism, how the age of corporate heroes gave way to corporate scandals, how fiscal responsibility collapsed. From his account of the secret history of the California energy crisis to his devastating dissections of dishonesty in the Bush administration, Krugman tells the uncomfortable truth about how the United States lost its way. And he gives us the road map we will need to follow if we are to get the country back on track.

Baker
& Taylor

A respected economist and columnist for The New York Times shares a collection of his most influential columns, along with commentary, that critically analyzes the course of the American economy, looking at the collapse of fiscal responsibility, corporate scandals, political dishonesty, and what the nation needs to get back on track. 125,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780393058505
0393058506
Branch Call Number: 330.973 K939g
Characteristics: xxix, 426 p. ; 25 cm

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StarGladiator
Feb 25, 2016

It is now the year 2016, 13 years after this book's publication date. Is there anyone alive who still hasn't figured out that Wall Street shill, Paul Krugman, who is now shamelessly attacking the economist Bernie Sanders is relying upon, is a complete farce?
Krugman actually stated publicly he believes banks only lend from funds on hand - - he has NO CONCEPTION of the fractional reserve system!
Krugman actually stated back in 2009, that the oil price surge was strictly supply & demand, even though the Baltic Dry Index had collapsed! [massive speculation, especially by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on the InterContinental Exchange].
Krugman actually stated that the cause of the Global Economic Meltdown was too much household debt - - giving the banksters a free pass on their global Ponzi scheme of Credit Default Swaps on trashy CDOs, et cetera!
It would take too much space to state all the idiocies the lobbyist for the central banks has claimed - - instead just check out how long he's been with the Group of Thirty [www.group30.org].

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DEWLine
Aug 26, 2012

Doubting that the person using a number as an alias is Prof. Krugman, but the book's still worth taking a close look at.

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21288004246712
Oct 20, 2008

read my NY times editorials

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