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October 09, 2008



I welcome the unapocalyptic tone of these posts, but...

I thought that the problem with the financial system today, as opposed to (say) 1975, was that the economy is more tightly coupled, and thus what may have been a WSJ byline back then, actually matters to large non-financial institutions now.

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