We are, just now, stuck between eras. The old order -- the Reagan-age institutions built on the premise that the market can do no wrong and the government no right -- is dying. A new order, in which Wall Street plays a diminished role and Washington a larger one, is aborning, but the process is painful and protracted.
10 Wednesday AM Reads - My midweek morning train reads: • The Death of Retail Is Greatly Exaggerated (Moody’s) • The 300 secrets to high stock returns (Chicago Booth Review) • N...
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