David Stockman Describes the American Economy as one of Perpetual "Bubbles."
The former Reagan administration Head of the Office of Management and Budget describes the monetary and government policies that create what he sees as an economy tilted to favor the affluent.
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- Stockman, David Director (Former) Office of Management and Budget
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