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The Great Unraveling

Losing Our Way in the New Century

by Paul Krugman

The Great Unraveling
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2003, 426 pages
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    Aug 2004, 480 pages

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Isabel (12/08/04)

Paul Krugman's book elightens and motivates the reader to further educate themselves about the state of the union and do something to help correct it. I have been inspired by his book to get involved in this country's political system. The Great Unraveling has, at times, alarmed me, enraged me, rendered me completely speechless, and most importantly made me think. One word of caution: The first few chapters may seem a bit dry, but the last 4/5 of the book are not only informative, but also unexpectedly witty and humorous.
Mike (03/24/04)

Its not very good, just another sourgrapes liberal writer bashing Bush, unfortunately.
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