I am an Economist addict. This week’s addition (wonderfully found in my mailbox Monday morning) had 3 wonderful surprises in it. 1) The Economist will be doing a series on whether civil liberties whether civil liberties have been irreparably set back in the past 6 years, 2) Alan Greenspan wrote a page-turner and 3) Monks are marching against the junta in Myanmar (Burma). What makes the Economist wonderful in that, like my favorite leaders and people, it changes its mind. It originally argued for both President Bush and the Iraq war but given new evidence has changed its stance on both. Much fun!
“When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” — John M. Keynes