Ep. 37 Our Most Brutal Takedown Yet: Krugman on the Clinton Economy

1 June 2016     |     Tom Woods     |     19

In this column, Krugman takes things to a whole new level. He tries to draw lessons from the Clinton boom in the 1990s, which he incorrectly says was better than the Reagan boom, even though he himself admits there are no applicable lessons from that boom. It’s awful, and we beat him to an intellectual pulp.

Krugman Column

Remembrance of Booms Past” (May 23, 2016)

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Krugman’s Call for a Housing Bubble,” by Dan Sanchez
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