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A Conversation with Paul Krugman

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A Conversation with Paul Krugman

A Conversation with Paul Krugman

A Conversation with Paul Krugman

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NPR's Scott Simon talks to New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, who has emerged as one of the most outspoken and unsparing critics of the Bush administration. Krugman is also a full-time professor of economics at Princeton University. His columns have been collected in a new book: The Great Unraveling: Losing our Way in the New Century. (Published by W.W. Norton.)