Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Ben Bernanke as Juggler of Digits

Gary North wrote an interesting piece this week on Ben Bernanke. It is surprisingly more narrative than his usual stuff:
The juggler I most remember was a young man who was juggling a bunch of hoops. He was really good . . . until he dropped all of them in his grand finale. They came down in disarray. He picked them up and walked out of the ring. What else could he do? The finale was not so grand.

What if he had been juggling the world 's interconnected banking system?

What if he had been juggling in secret?

What if he had dropped all of the rings?
He's no Jonathan Franzen or John Updike, but he's got something going on for him here. It got me interested in the rest of the piece. Read the rest on Lew Rockwell.com.

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