Robert H. Frank

Cornell University

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Although it's down a bit today, the Dow hit 13,000 this week for the first time since May, 2008. NASDAQ flirted with 3000.

The Continuing Disconnect between Wall Street and Main Street

Although it's down a bit today, the Dow hit 13,000 this week for the first time since May, 2008. NASDAQ flirted with 3000.

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America's continuing drive for material well-being has made it the world's colossus, but it may also contain the seeds of destruction.

Is America Growing Itself to Destruction?

America's continuing drive for material well-being has made it the world's colossus, but it may also contain the seeds of destruction.

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America's continuing drive for material well-being has made it the world's colossus, but it may also contain the seeds of destruction.

Do We Have Too Much?

America's continuing drive for material well-being has made it the world's colossus, but it may also contain the seeds of destruction.

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