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Paul Krugman writes a column for the New York Times.

Articles by PAUL KRUGMAN

Commentary: Cranks on top Commentary: Cranks on top
27 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
If prediction markets (and most hardheaded analysis) are to be believed, Hillary Clinton, having demonstrated her staying power, is the overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination. [Read More]
Commentary: Varieties of voodoo Commentary: Varieties of voodoo
27 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
America’s two big political parties are very different from each other, and one difference involves the willingness to indulge economic fantasies. [Read More]
Commentary: How America was lost Commentary: How America was lost
28 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Once upon a time, the death of a Supreme Court justice wouldn’t have brought America to the edge of constitutional crisis. But that was a different country, with a very different Republican Party. [Read More]
Commentary: On economic stupidity Commentary: On economic stupidity
28 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Bill Clinton’s 1992 campaign famously focused on “the economy, stupid.” But macroeconomic policy — what to do about recessions — has been largely absent from this year’s election discussion. [Read More]
Commentary: The time-loop party Commentary: The time-loop party
29 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
By now everyone who follows politics knows about Marco Rubio’s software-glitch performance in Saturday’s Republican debate. (I’d say broken-record performance, but that would be showing my age.) [Read More]
Commentary: Who hates Obamacare? Commentary: Who hates Obamacare?
29 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Ted Cruz had a teachable moment in Iowa, although he himself will learn nothing from it. A voter told Cruz the story of his brother-in-law, a barber who had never been able to afford health insurance. [Read More]
Commentary: Wind, sun and fire Commentary: Wind, sun and fire
30 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
So what’s really at stake in this year’s election? Well, among other things, the fate of the planet. Last year was the hottest on record, by a wide margin, which should — but won’t — put an end to climate deniers’ claims that global warming has stopped. [Read More]
Commentary: Plutocrats and prejudice Commentary: Plutocrats and prejudice
30 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
Every time you think that our political discourse can’t get any worse, it does. The Republican primary fight has devolved into a race to the bottom, achieving something you might have thought impossible: making George W. Bush look like a beacon of tolerance and statesmanship. [Read More]
Commentary: Michigan's great stink Commentary: Michigan's great stink
31 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
In the 1850s, London, the world’s largest city, still didn’t have a sewer system. Waste simply flowed into the Thames, which was as disgusting as you might imagine. [Read More]
Commentary: How change happens Commentary: How change happens
31 weeks ago - - PAUL KRUGMAN
There are still quite a few pundits determined to pretend that America’s two great parties are symmetric — equally unwilling to face reality, equally pushed into extreme positions by special interests and rabid partisans. [Read More]
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