Robert H. Frank

Cornell University

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Robert H. Frank on KCRW

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.

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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.

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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.

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