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Manhattan Moment: No more quick fixes

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Economists, politicians and pundits looking for answers to the economic crisis fall into two broad categories. Keynesians and statists believe in flexible, "discretionary" economic policies; classical liberals believe in set rules. Economic history proves the superiority of the second approach, but democracy often makes the first more attractive to politicians. In a crisis, people expect their...

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