Policy and Security Implications of the Financial Crisis: A Plan for America James K. Galbraith

In mid-June 2008, an international group of economists met in Paris to discuss the gravity of the current economic crisis and what the United States should do about it. The meeting was convened by Economists for Peace and Security and the Initiative for Rethinking the Economy. The author presided over the off-the-record discussions, summarized here on his own responsibility. In the process, he provides one of the most comprehensive and compelling assessments of where the United States and the world now stand, and what can be done to ameliorate the situation.

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(This article will appear in the November issue of the magazine ‘Challenge’.)