Archive for February 1st, 2009

These Projects Are Shovel-Ready, All Right »

I’ve been a little too busy to read the 647-page “stimulus” bill the House just approved and the Senate is set to consider. So, for the moment, I must rely on what others, such as the Wall Street Journal, are reporting about this $825 billion statute. Given the gargantuan amount of money being appropriated...
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A New Study of the Political Economy of the Great Depression and World War II »

Over the years, I have undertaken a series of studies of the political economy of the Great Depression and World War II. Some of the more important ones appear in revised form as chapters 1-5 in my book Depression, War, and Cold War (2006). I have recently made another brief study along these lines, and it has been...
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