by Paul Krugman
MIT Press, 1996. 214 pp. $22.50.
Paul Krugman’s Pop Internationalism is a collection of essays, most of which were previously published in Foreign Affairs, Scientific American, the Harvard Business Review, and similar journals. It works quite well as a book. Essay by essay, the organization is coherent and the writing is crisp and relentless. Pop Internationalism is an excellent guide to what Paul Krugman believes. It is an even better guide to what he thinks about other people.
For Professor Krugman is on the warpath. He is out for blood. He is after a coterie of public intellectuals, mostly liberals, who believe that the Un...
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