Bill Emmott

former Editor in Chief, The Economist

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Former editor in chief of the Economist magazine (1993-2006); independent writer and author of Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India and Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade

Bill Emmott on KCRW

What may become the government's biggest intervention into American business is being engineered by an administration that has championed a hands-off approach to the economy.

The End of Capitalism?

What may become the government's biggest intervention into American business is being engineered by an administration that has championed a hands-off approach to the economy.

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The International Monetary Fund says America's financial crisis is so bad  it will damage the rest of the world  -- except for the Middle East and Asia.

Is the US Leading the Way to a Global Recession?

The International Monetary Fund says America's financial crisis is so bad it will damage the rest of the world -- except for the Middle East and Asia.

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