Princeton economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman recently advocated for a third round of economic stimulus. According to Krugman, what is needed to revive the fledgling American economy is more economic juice from the Fed, making him the anti-hero of modern day deficit cutters. Krugman, who certainly has his critics in the worlds of economics and politics, recently sat down with HousingWire to share his Keynesian-esque view. HousingWire subscribers can view the magazine’s full interview with Krugman in the July edition. Click here to subscribe now.

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