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January 14, 2009

No ordinary times.

"...a time for us all to read fewer newspapers and more history." Read this one: "Lessons From the Depression" at Bruce MacEwen's Adam Smith, Esq. Excerpt:

Never in my career--or the careers of those I speak with continually--has there been a time of greater uncertainty. The future is as hard to visualize as it is to see the East Side of Manhattan from Central Park West on a deeply foggy morning, or New Jersey from Riverside Park. You know it's there, with definite shape, but you can't see it or draw it or write about it with clarity and conviction.

Posted by JD Hull at January 14, 2009 11:17 PM


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