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I’ve been wandering the web, finding resources about macro economics. I have always thought inflation is bad. After all, who wants prices to rise? So I looked on Wikipedia. What I found confirmed developing discontent.
Fay Vincent: You wrote in the September 16th edition of WSJ an editorial titled “Soak the Rich? No, Soak the Needy“. You describe how Obama’s proposal to remove charitable deductions will motivate the rich to not make donations. The rich … Continue reading
I read Thom Hartmann’s book “Screwed: Undeclared War Against the Middle Class”. You can view other reviews by New Your Magazine and an opinion piece by the author on AlterNet. Here are the memorable points I came away with: There … Continue reading