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The great unraveling : losing our way in the new century
Krugman, Paul R.
Personal Author:
Updated and expanded ed.
Publication Information:
New York : W.W. Norton, [2004]

Physical Description:
xxxix, 516 pages ; 21 cm
"This national bestseller chronicles the dangers of an administration that has raised dishonesty to dizzying heights. Economist Paul Krugman exposes the facts that speak for themselves. From identifying the flaws in George W. Bush's economic plans to telling the story behind California's energy crisis, to revealing the administration's reasons for going to war in Iraq, Krugman offers justification for his criticisms and sets the first years of the twenty-first century in a stark new light. This up-to-date edition includes a new introduction and other material that reflect the events of 2004"--Jacket.
General Note:
Includes index.
pt. 1. Bubble trouble -- Irrational exuberance -- Portents abroad -- Greenspanomics -- Crony capitalism, U.S.A. -- pt. 2. Fuzzy math -- The bait -- And the switch -- 2-1=4 -- pt. 3. Victors and spoils -- Things pull apart -- The private interest -- Exploiting September 11 -- A vast conspiracy? -- pt. 4. When markets go bad -- California screaming -- Smog and mirrors -- Foreign disasters -- pt. 5. The wider view -- Global schmobal -- Economics and economists -- pt. 6. One year later -- War and terror -- Dollars and cents -- Abuses of power.
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