July 14, 2014

American Delusions Down Under

Joseph Stiglitz, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

Australia should be proud of its successes, from which the rest of the world can learn a great deal. It would be a shame if a misunderstanding of what has happened in the US, combined with a strong dose of ideology, caused its leaders to fix what is not broken.

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TAGGED: Australia, Tony Abbott, United States


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