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"Economics is the fundamental force at play in shaping our democracy. So we must examine the forces that act on economics."

David Wessel is an American economist, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, and director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings. He is a contributing correspondent to The Wall Street Journal, appears frequently on NPR’s Morning Edition, and is author of three books, including “In Fed We Trust: Ben Bernanke’s War on the Great Panic” (2009)  and “Red Ink: Inside the High Stakes Politics of the Federal Budget” (2012.) 

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Only the Rich Can Play: Inequality Writ in Stone

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Cambridge, MA

Only the Rich Can Play: Book Talk and panel discussion with Someone Else and so on.

 

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Only the Rich Can Play: Book Talk and panel discussion with Someone Else and so on.

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