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    Default Let's call the whole thing off! (Select Preview)

    You say inflation, I say deflation,
    You say depression, I say stagflation;
    Inflation, deflation, depression, stagflation,
    Let's call the whole thing off!

    (With apologies to George and Ira Gershwin.)

    The song "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" was written during The Great Depression, in 1937. A fitting title and song for the debate over how the latest experiment in exponential credit growth might turn out.

    Below is a six minute preview of the debate in .wav and .mp3 formats.

    Which do you believe? That the world's central banks are out of ideas and a catastrophic end is in train or that a death by a 1,000 political cuts awaits us?

    You be the judge.

    Six minute free preview:

    Ackerman/Janszen WAV
    Ackerman/Janszen MP3

    To hear the complete 48min debate see: iTulip Select Ackerman Interview
    Last edited by EJ; 04-06-07 at 09:46 AM.



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