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Apr142009

The Quiet Coup: Simon Johnson On C-Span's Washington Journal

Former chief economist for the IMF, Simon Johnson, appeared recently on C-Span's Washington Journal to discuss his opus on Wall Street's ownership of the political class, 'The Quiet Coup' as published in the Atlantic. C-Span video clips after the jump.

Simon Johnson part I

Simon Johnson clips 2-6.

The Baseline Scenario (website of Simon Johnson and James Kwak)

 

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I love it how the first caller was from the Bob-Chapman "the-Illuminati-planned-this" school of thought and Simon Johnson just rolls with it and answers the question! Nice job, moonbats.
Apr 14, 2009 at 10:00 PM | Unregistered CommenterJames H
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