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Kruuuuugman.

Damn! Spoilt my fun! To me it reads like it could have been written by a number of people - of widely varying viewpoints and policy orientations. If so it speaks volumes about how difficult it is to decide macroeconomic issues using the "evidence".

the last sentence gave away (to me anyway) that it wasn't a politician. That it was quoted on this blog pretty much said it was likely Krugman :-) I think Steve H. also poked at him today on FB.

It's so much Krugman.

I was thinking Obama in 2006, but the second paragraph sounded like it was going to break into special pleading for Keynesianism, meaning Krugman.

Robert Reich

Some guy trying to sell a few copies of a book? Not Don B.


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