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David KusnetResearched and written before last summer, this fact-filled and well-reasoned book reads like an artifact from a time capsule. Before the financial crisis, most policy makers and opinion leaders smugly assumed that the economy would remain on an even keel, so Madrick felt he had to make a vigorous argument that economic problems required government action. Now, his book seems almost too logical and levelheaded to attract a large audience in this time of anger and anxiety.
—The New York Times