Taking the Long View

  • Joel Magnuson
Part of the Palgrave Insights into Apocalypse Economics book series (PIAE)


Late in the year 2000, something relatively minor happened that set off an extraordinary chain reaction of events that eventually brought the global economy to its knees.


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  • Joel Magnuson
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  1. 1.Independent ResearcherTualatinUSA

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