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Most Helpful Favorable Review

17 out of 20 people found this review helpful.

Throughout his career, Krugman has been a very good economic his

Throughout his career, Krugman has been a very good economic historian, diagnostician and prognosticator. He has an excellent command of the facts and is right far more often than middle ground economists who seek who have moved towards the disproven (by their results)...
Throughout his career, Krugman has been a very good economic historian, diagnostician and prognosticator. He has an excellent command of the facts and is right far more often than middle ground economists who seek who have moved towards the disproven (by their results) "middle ground" economic policies of austerity and away from the proven principles of stimulus which I guess you could call Neo Keynsian Revivalism.

If you love the economics of the GOP, you'll hate this book. If you love the economics espoused by the leaders of the current Democratic party, you won't be much happier. Tough.

Highly recommended.

posted by boar_d_laze on May 4, 2012

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4 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Krugman is a Hack

His assumptions are so easily countered he had to disable online comments for his postings at the NYT, Because people kept offering rational proofs against his pedantic spend more ideas. This book is just more of the same. Print is good for him because no one can comm...
His assumptions are so easily countered he had to disable online comments for his postings at the NYT, Because people kept offering rational proofs against his pedantic spend more ideas. This book is just more of the same. Print is good for him because no one can comment on the bad ideas in the book.

posted by Wordjoy on October 3, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2012

    Krugman is a Hack

    His assumptions are so easily countered he had to disable online comments for his postings at the NYT, Because people kept offering rational proofs against his pedantic spend more ideas. This book is just more of the same. Print is good for him because no one can comment on the bad ideas in the book.

    4 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 17, 2013

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    You abandoned me!

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