Blasphemy From Blinder? Not Really

I rise in defense of my erstwhile fellow BUSINESS WEEK columnist, Alan S. Blinder, now vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve. Blinder recently had the temerity to suggest that unemployment as well as inflation was of concern, at some times, in some places. From the ensuing uproar, you might have thought he had advocated nationalizing the means of production.

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