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For the blogosphere, the most entertaining part of the Federal Reserve's meeting today was Ben Bernanke's defence during the press conference against Paul Krugman’s charge that he has betrayed his academic past in his failure to ease more aggressively and aim for higher inflation. That is a pity because while it was great theater, it obscured a more important revelation.
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