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The Great Depression 3 - New Deal, New York

New Deal/New York episode 3 (60 min.) In his first one hundred days in office, in a effort to stem the effects of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt c...
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Hey New York Times - Obama Didn't Bail Out the Banks - Bush Did

Hey New York Times - Obama Didn't Bail Out the Banks - Bush Did | Changes in the U.S. Banking System | Scoop.it
In the New York Times magazine this last Sunday with the unintentionally hilarious title 'What the Left Doesn’t Understand About Obama,' editor of The New Republic, Jonathan Chait has a whopper in the very first paragraph (emphasis is (Hey New York...
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Professor Krugman and Crude Keynesianism

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Spending is not spending. The U.S. needs productive public investments, not wasteful spending. We need to modernize our infrastructure, retool our energy system, make our cities more resilient, and help to train a new productive labor force.
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'I never lost hope': Startling interview unearthed with woman behind iconic Great Depression image talking just five years before her death in 1983

'I never lost hope': Startling interview unearthed with woman behind iconic Great Depression image talking just five years before her death in 1983 | Changes in the U.S. Banking System | Scoop.it
A rare interview with Florence Thompson, the subject of one of most iconic images of the Great Depression era, has been under covered from 1979.
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Ethical economy: Morality and monetary policy | Columns | Breakingviews

Ethical economy: Morality and monetary policy | Columns | Breakingviews | Changes in the U.S. Banking System | Scoop.it

Monetary policy these days is complicated, ineffective, and quite possibly immoral. The complexity is inevitable; there is no simple way to ensure that the supply of money and credit is appropriate in a large modern economy. The ineffectiveness is evident: central bankers let that supply grow too fast before the 2008 financial crisis, and have unable to return monetary conditions to normal since then.


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