3 July 2006, 14.24 CET

Literary Theory = Fedspeak? At least economists can also crunch numbers.

“Sometimes we learn something when we read about our statements. My wife is a literature teacher. She says it’s a sign of great literature that a reader can find things in a novel that the author didn’t mean to be there.”

Ben S. Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve.

[via poorandstupid]