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Was there Anything Ian Macfarlane Couldn’t Do?

A strange line from Paul Kelly’s The March of the Patriots:

Macfarlane’s skill at smoothing the growth curve helped to transform Sydney’s skyline…

Move over Harry Seidler! Then there is this:

Bank independence was Costello’s triumph over Hewson.

In this op-ed, I argue that it was Hewson’s triumph over the Bank.

posted on 09 October 2011 by skirchner in Economics, Monetary Policy

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