Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Facing off on U.S. economy

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Nobel-prize winning economist Paul Krugman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul talk about inflation, monetary policy and the role of the Federal Reserve.

Source: Bloomberg, April 30, 2012.

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3 comments to Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Facing off on U.S. economy

  • Valery

    Mr.Paul Krugman just wants to be next FED… this is why he is sucking to FED policy.
    Ron Paul is right – we need smaller government

  • Jon A. Peterson

    In this “debate” (Ron Paul got most of the time), Ron Paul is clearly the radical (seeking to upend the existing system), and Paul Krugman the real conservative (i.e. favoring the existing system and wanting to make it work better).

  • Paul

    Mr.Paul Krugman just wants to be fed.
    Apologies for the bad pun.

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