Caroline Baum

independent economics journalist

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Independent economics journalist and contributor to Economics21 at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research; author of of Just What I Said: Bloomberg Economics Columnist Takes on Bonds, Banks, Budgets, and Bubblesformer columnist for Bloomberg News

Caroline Baum on KCRW

There's good news today: the  US economy grew 5%  in the summer quarter.  But bad news continues: that growth is not trickling down to everyone.

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There's good news today: the US economy grew 5% in the summer quarter.  But bad news continues: that growth is not trickling down to everyone.

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Led by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the Bush Administration seized control of the country's two largest mortgage finance companies yesterday.

Federal Take-Over of Fannie Mae and Freddie Ma

Led by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the Bush Administration seized control of the country's two largest mortgage finance companies yesterday.

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Led by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the Bush Administration seized control of the country's two largest mortgage finance companies yesterday.

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Led by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the Bush Administration seized control of the country's two largest mortgage finance companies yesterday.

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