Showing social sensitivity, without adopting concrete corrective actions, is “beautiful” but it does not solve a serious human problem, swelled by the pandemic: the indignity of the life of those who have to support themselves with minimalist salaries.
It is increasingly clear that the Fed and any other central bank pose a danger to future financial stability, with its policies increasingly linked to markets and not to the real economy.
We must decisively design with ambition a collective strategic plan for the decade that represents a new contract between the State and the market.
It is often said that whoever lives by the sword, dies by the sword. Trump, a monster who lived through social networks, is good to die through them.
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