A moral sentiment

If Allen Greenspan, Robert Rubin, and their esteemed international colleagues can’t agree on remedies for the global economic crisis, can the editors of a magazine with an annual deficit (which, though well below Japan’s, is nonetheless worrisome) possibly come up with any?

Well, no. And fortunately no one has asked us.

But if the "technical" answers to the "contagion" now threatening the "globalized" economy are not...

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