The Fed Could Raise A Little More Keynes

You might call it a central banker's nightmare. The vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve Board declares unabashedly that he is a Keynesian. Moreover, he invokes the Nixon dictum of two decades ago that "we are all Keynesians now." Then he proceeds to admonish the guardians of the world's monetary system to stop fixating on inflation and start doing something about high

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