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Tag Archives: Wall Street
A solemn crowd gathers outside the Stock Exchange after the crash. 1929. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) America has become ruled by love of gain greater than a love of wisdom. Detroit’s failure teaches us a lesson about the love of … Continue reading
In considering the Occupy Wall Street movement and the economic arguments around it, I have been struck by the lack of historical analysis. The arguments never seem to put the current economic crisis into a wider context either to understand … Continue reading