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Maybe The Bailout Worked?

I want to grind my teeth every time I think about the U.S. government bailing out banks, but this Washington Post article says the thing has worked: Sure, you can question how the money was used — many of us … Continue reading

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Judaism’s Insights Into The Financial Crisis

Rabbi Gil Student writes: The Time website has an article about two scholarly articles about Jewish business ethics and the current financial cresis (link). One article is by R. Aaron Levine, chairman of the Economics Department at Yeshiva University, and … Continue reading

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