In a poll conducted last week, we asked readers for their favorite documentary film about the 2008 financial crisis. "Inside Job" emerged as the clear favorite.
Among the abnormalities of the Great Depression in the 1930s were the brutal violence of the economic cycle and the grim persistence of unemployment — which resonates with us today. This time around very different economic dimensions have emerged, including excessive public debt made worse by bank bailouts, income inequality, and intergenerational warfare.
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