Michael Grunwald

Senior National Correspondent for Time Magazine, author of "The New New Deal"

Michael Grunwald appears in the following:

New New Deal

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Michael Grunwaldsenior national correspondent for Time Magazine and the author of The New New Deal: The Hidden Story of Change in the Obama Era,  writes in his new book about how the stimulus package was far more effective than acknowledged.

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'The New New Deal': The Rare Pro-Stimulus Argument

Thursday, August 16, 2012

As President Obama campaigns for reelection, as he delivers speech after speech in swing states from Ohio to Florida, there's one word that’s completely off-limits. The word-which-mus...

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The Big Picture: The Stimulus

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

For this week’s edition of The Big Picture, Michael Grunwald, Senior Correspondent for Time magazine, discusses the American Recovery and Reinvestment act of 2009—the stimulus bill—which Republicans have called 'too much government spending' and 'not enough' by many Democrats. He’ll explain what the stimulus bill called for, where funds have gone, and how effective it has been in boosting the economy and creating jobs.

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Bernanke's Year

Monday, December 28, 2009

Michael Grunwald, national correspondent for Time Magazine, talks about why Time chose Ben Bernanke as Person of the Year; and David Wessel, economics editor at The Wall Street Journal and author of In Fed We Trust, looks at the Bernanke record.

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The Mind of the Electorate

Monday, April 06, 2009

Michael Grunwald, national correspondent for Time Magazine, on how the Obama White House uses behavioral science.

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Mind Over Matter

Monday, April 06, 2009

The cornerstone of the Obama campaign was change. But transforming the country begins one mind at a time. Time Magazine’s Michael Grunwald talks about the White House’s use of behavioral science. And: most Americans believe in the supernatural. But why? Cognitive scientist Bruce Hood says that “super sense” is critical ...