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Ben Swann: A Short History Of Bernanke's QE Failures

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Ben Swann: History Of Bernanke's QEFailures - Home - The Daily Bail

The latest Reality Check with the anti-Keynesian reporter Ben Swann. No word yet if Swann has secured an interview with Paul Krugman. We suggest Tokyo as the location, given Japan's 2-decade long descent into Keynesian wonderland, a place global deficit hawks might call hell on earth, but Krugman considers a spending utopia.

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