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In my last piece
I focused on laying out how I view the “inflation” conversation that has been
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As you may have seen in other venues, from social media to reporting, this title frequently trips people up. Almost invariably people say “crisis” instead of “crises”. In fact, when I created this newsletter I knew this title would be misread.
Something I have periodically kept my eye on over the course of the pandemic has
been the results of the New York Federal Reserve’s Housing Survey.
On this month’s episode Nathan talked to Adam Tooze, history professor at
Columbia University, about his new book Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World's