Ben Bernanke was chair of the Federal Reserve during what became the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. An inside look at the meltdown from the former Fed chair and his defense of bailing out Wall Street.
A leading economist explains why most terrorists come from middle-class, often college-educated backgrounds and are not poor and illiterate. A look at the economic roots of terrorism.
- Alan Krueger professor of economics and public policy at Princeton University, an adviser to the National Counterterrorism Center, and coauthor of "Inequality in America" and "Myth and Measurement."
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