A must watch pair of documentaries on the macroeconomics of banking (explains a lot)

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I hope that Thom watches these because they fill in a lot of the pieces. Things will make much more sense after you watch these. They are interesting and informative. Please share with whomever you think will be interested.

A must watch pair of documentary films covers an important and rarely talked about aspect of macroeconomics and includes some possible solutions. This is a big part of the mess we find ourselves in now and will help illuminate why the republican efforts to "balance the budget" are making things worse. Parts 1 and 2



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Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

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