Yves Smith (nice nom) of Naked Capitalism (and author of ECONned) has been cross-posting my Founding Finance series for New Deal 2.0, I’m happy to say, in part since her posts drive at least as much traffic to this blog as Salon and Huffington whenever they cross-post. Naked Capitalism has an interesting readership, and while it’s got to be smaller than Salon’s or Huffington’s, it’s self-selected to be interested in much of what I’m interested in. Hence the traffic here. So: Thanks, Yves Smith!
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