Paul Krugman at the NYT: “we live in an age of unacknowledged error.”

Paul Krugman at the NYT: “we live in an age of unacknowledged error.”

In the age of unacknowledged error, soul-searching and apologies about faulty predictions are conspicuously missing.
nytimes.com|By Paul Krugman

1 thought on “Paul Krugman at the NYT: “we live in an age of unacknowledged error.”

  1. This is Krugman at his very best! Not only is he commenting on the economics and politics, but he is also invoking the matter of character. And the matter of character, coming up with a few columnists, is an important matter indeed. May we all so effectively weave character into thinking critically that we may hold elected officials to account in that manner.

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