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- Jack Lippman
- Jack is a graduate of Rutgers University where he majored in history. His career in the life and health insurance industry involved medical risk selection and brokerage management. Retired for two decades after many years in NJ and NY, he occasionally writes, paints, plays poker, participates in play readings and is catching up on Shakespeare, Melville and Joyce, etc.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Things are changing, and without an election, and folks to read this blog, it seems to have grown pointless, other than repeatedly saying that "jobs are the answer" to our economy's ills and that ultimately, in some version, some kind of protectionism will be necessary. So I am going to delete the prior postings for the time being, recommending that you read the columns written by Paul Krugman in the New York Times. He is a wise man. The blog will be taking a new and highly creative direction very shortly. Watch for it.
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