Want to Understand the Fed? Ask Pam or Ellen, not Janet or Jay

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It’s time to talk about women’s economics with attitude. It’s time to laugh at what is often absurd and call out what is dangerous. By focusing on voices not typically part of mainstream man-to-man economic discourse, Women Unscrewing Screwnomics will bring you news of hopeful and practical changes and celebrate an economy waged as life—not as war. 


Lately the Fed’s innovations have been in the news, expected to generate the six trillions we’re told we need to face off the coronavirus pandemic.

But if you’re like most Americans, you’re wondering—um, who’s the Fed again? What changes exactly?  And do I have the bandwidth to care right now? 

You’re not alone if you’re confused or overwhelmed. 

Even Janet Yellen, who is the only woman ever to have chaired The Fed for a brief four years, appeared on CNBC last week to share her worst COVID-19…

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