End This Depression Now!

by Paul Krugman

End This Depression Now!

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With the Great Recession well into its fourth year, New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman asks what makes this slump so intractable. He argues that recovery could take root if politicians simply mustered the will to end this depression now.

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In End This Depression Now!, Paul Krugman writes that the U.S. is in the throes of a depression, not merely an economic crisis. The New York Times columnist and Nobel laureate argues that Keynesian economics got us out of a much worse depression in the 1930s and could get us out of this one too. Krugman tells NPR's Robert Siegel that he worries we're becoming accustomed to what

Paul Krugman is a columnist for The New York Times. His previous books include The Great Unraveling and The Conscience Of A Liberal. Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times hide caption

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