The Economic Consequences of Mr. Bush

This month's Vanity Fair has an interesting article by Nobel prize-winning American economist Joseph E. Stiglitz on how the Bush administration has impacted the world economically.

(An interesting side note: the essay's title, The Economic Consequences of Mr. Bush, appears to be derived from that of John Maynard Keynes' 1919 work, The Economic Consequences of the Peace. In his work, Keynes argued against the harsh sanctions placed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I -- sanctions that would, arugably, later cause World War II.)

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