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Debt, Money, and the New World Order

Hour 1:           How will the ongoing European financial crisis and overall political uncertainty affect the potential for economic recovery here in the United States? We’ll talk this hour with Philip Coggan, Buttonwood columnist of The Economist and author of “Paper Promises: Debt, Money, and the New World Order” (PublicAffairs, 2012). He’ll address the World Affairs Council of Dallas Fort Worth this Friday.

  • Anonymous

    I listened to this interview while I was driving yesterday and I was fascinated. The Phillip Coggin interview was a concise overview of the effect of debt on a global scale and why all the solutions are fraught with risk. It does seem like the ones that will be hurt the most, in every scenario, will be the prudent savers.  

  • Anonymous

    I listened to this interview while I was driving yesterday and I was fascinated. The Phillip Coggin interview was a concise overview of the effect of debt on a global scale and why all the solutions are fraught with risk. It does seem like the ones that will be hurt the most, in every scenario, will be the prudent savers.  

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