Paul Krugman

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  • PAUL KRUGMAN

    Hooray for Obamacare

    The Affordable Care Act is now in its second year of full operation. And it's doing better than even many supporters realize.

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    Slavery's long shadow

    The racial divide is still a defining feature of our political economy, the reason America is unique among advanced nations in its harsh treatment of the less fortunate and its willingness to tolerate unnecessary suffering among its citizens.

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    Democrats being Democrats

    Democrats are adopting ideas that work and rejecting ideas that don't, whereas Republicans are doing the opposite.

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    Seriously bad ideas abound

    The ultimate example of a seriously bad idea is the determination to declare government spending that helps the less fortunate a crucial cause of our economic problems.

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    Fighting the derp

    Making the same wrong prediction year after year, never acknowledging past errors or considering the possibility that you have the wrong model of how the economy works - that's derp.

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    Lone Star stumble

    Events in Texas and other states - notably Kansas and California - are providing yet another object demonstration that the tax-cut obsession that dominates the modern Republican Party is all wrong.

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    Europe's economy has that 1914 feeling

    A forced Greek exit from the euro would create huge economic and political risks, yet Europe seems to be sleepwalking toward that outcome.

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    Technology and the big meh

    A funny thing happened on the way to the techno-revolution: We did not get a sustained return to rapid economic progress.

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    Trade and trust

    The selling of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact has the feel of a snow job.

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    Errors, lies and the Iraq war

    This was, in short, a war the White House wanted, and all of the supposed "mistakes" actually flowed from this underlying desire.

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