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Month: August 2008

We're Not All Friedmanites Now

Chris Sturr , August 27, 2008
From Thomas Frank’s WSJ column last week, unrest at the University of Chicago over the soon-to-be unveiled Milton Friedman Institute:…

Obama Tilt Toward Rubinomics

Chris Sturr , August 18, 2008
This is from Bloomberg.com; hat-tip to Doug Henwood of Left Business Observer. Obama Tilt Toward Rubinomics Stirs Warning From Organized…

Bill Black on McCain on Fox News

Chris Sturr , August 16, 2008
William K. Black, who wrote the cover story of our November/December issue, (Mis)Understanding a Banking Industry in Transition, was interviewed…

The Great Crash of 2008, by Mason Gaffney

Chris Sturr , August 16, 2008
This crash is The Big One; it has signs of becoming a Category 5. How do we know? We’ve “been…

John Miller on the Radio

Chris Sturr , August 14, 2008
Economist and Dollars & Sense columnist John Miller is on the radio–on the program Justice or Just Us? on KUCI…

Economists' Letter on Offshore Drilling

Chris Sturr , August 8, 2008
See below for information about how to add your signature to this letter. Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidSenate Minority Leader…

The Beijing Olympics by the Numbers

Chris Sturr , August 8, 2008
We just posted a web-only article on the Beijing Olympics that explains why global corporations are salivating while more than…

Now Wall Street Wants Your Pension, Too

Chris Sturr , August 8, 2008
JPMorganChase, Citi, Cerberus, and Morgan Stanley are among the firms lobbying Washington to let them take over and run corporate…

Economists' Letter on Offshore Drilling

Chris Sturr , August 8, 2008
Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidSenate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellHouse Speaker Nancy PelosiHouse Minority Leader John Boehner Dear Senators Reid and…

A Tale of Two Polls

Chris Sturr , August 6, 2008
Poll: Nearly half hearing too much about Obama Wed Aug 6, 10:47 AM ET WASHINGTON – Barack Obama may be…

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