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Top Gun FP Client Note: Going With The Flow Into Year End

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Cyclical Tailwinds Versus Secular Headwinds

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Top Gun FP Client Note: Pilgrimage To Omaha

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Top Gun FP Client Note: The Recession Is Over

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Top Gun FP Client Note: 1150

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The 1934 Midterm Elections

February 16, 2010  ·  Category: History, Politics
Expected to pick up a few score seats, the Republicans lost thirteen instead.  The voters elected a new House of 322 Democrats, 103 Republicans, and ten Progressives or Farmer-Laborites.  Never in the history of the ...
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Malanga: The Social And Economic Effects of the 1970s Inflation

June 16, 2009  ·  Category: Business Culture and Current Events, History, Inflation
By contrast, we’ve largely forgotten our most recent brush with raging peacetime inflation, the 1970s.  Although nothing like Germany’s in the 1920s, ours was nonetheless powerful enough to be more dispiriting and more transformative of ...
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