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Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: The wrath of the conned Commentary: The wrath of the conned
22 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Maybe we need a new cliche: It ain’t over until Carly Fiorina sings. Anyway, it really is over — definitively on the Democratic side, with high probability on the Republican side. And the results couldn’t be more different. [Read More]
Commentary: The 8 a.m. phone call Commentary: The 8 a.m. phone call
22 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Back in 2008, one of the ads Hillary Clinton ran during the contest for the Democratic nomination featured an imaginary scene in which the White House phone rings at 3 a.m. with news of a foreign crisis, and asked, “Who do you want answering that phone?” [Read More]
Commentary: In Hamilton's debt Commentary: In Hamilton's debt
23 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
The Treasury Department picked an interesting moment to announce a revision in its plans to change the faces on America’s money. Plans to boot Alexander Hamilton off the $10 bill in favor of a woman have been shelved. [Read More]
Commentary: Robber baron recessions Commentary: Robber baron recessions
23 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
When Verizon workers went on strike last week, they were mainly protesting efforts to outsource work to low-wage, nonunion contractors. [Read More]
Commentary: The pastrami principle Commentary: The pastrami principle
24 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
A couple of months ago, Jeb Bush (remember him?) posted a photo of his monogrammed handgun to Twitter, with the caption “America.” Bill de Blasio, New York’s mayor, responded with a picture of an immense pastrami sandwich, also captioned “America.” Advantage de Blasio, if you ask me. [Read More]
Commentary: Snoopy the destroyer Commentary: Snoopy the destroyer
24 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Has Snoopy just doomed us to another severe financial crisis? Unfortunately, that’s a real possibility, thanks to a bad judicial ruling that threatens a key part of financial reform. [Read More]
Commentary: Sanders is over the edge Commentary: Sanders is over the edge
25 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
From the beginning, many and probably most liberal policy wonks were skeptical about Bernie Sanders. On many major issues — including the signature issues of his campaign, especially financial reform — he seemed to go for easy slogans over hard thinking. [Read More]
Commentary: Creating cities for everyone Commentary: Creating cities for everyone
25 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Remember when Ted Cruz tried to take Donald Trump down by accusing him of having “New York values”? It didn’t work, of course, mainly because it addressed the wrong form of hatred. [Read More]
Commentary: Learning from Obama Commentary: Learning from Obama
26 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Like many political junkies, I’ve been spending far too much time looking at polls and trying to understand their implications. Can Donald Trump really win his party’s nomination? (Yes.) Can Bernie Sanders? (No.) [Read More]
Commentary: Trade, labor and politics Commentary: Trade, labor and politics
26 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
There’s a lot of things about the 2016 election that nobody saw coming, and one of them is that international trade policy is likely to be a major issue in the presidential campaign. [Read More]
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