The curious values of the long twentieth century: a last comment on Brad DeLong's book
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Are we about to make some very costly, potentially avoidable errors? Or have I simply failed to learn from recent experience? You be the judge.
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The case against seeing the period from 1870 to 2010 as an economically coherent whole
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And why do we remain so complacent about it?
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Grasping for meaning in an age of abundance
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Its little rewards aren't worth the social pain it causes; we need to adjust our behavior accordingly
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On getting inflation wrong, and on trying to get the future right
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After fifty years of stasis, we are called to be radical again
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We have entered an era in which delayed gratification is a moral imperative
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Mars, and the possibility of societal reinvention
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We have to avoid the temptation to give into partisan hate if we want to save democracy and protect fundamental rights
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How social media breaks society
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