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Come back, all is forgotten

25 August 2009 By Edward Hadas

As a Fed member, Bernanke argued against popping supposed assetprice bubbles. But he made an exception when the rapid growth of credit pushed up house prices. As Fed chairman, he seemed to forget this lesson. A return to an earliervintage Bernanke would be welcome.

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