Best money-related bloggers

These four standouts are the most informative (and entertaining) financial blogs on the Web.

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Brad DeLong

From this Berkeley economics professor - and Clinton-era deputy assistant Treasury secretary - you'll get a vigorous defense of liberal-leaning, interventionist economic policy, plus vivid prose. The New Deal was a "gumbo," DeLong writes: F.D.R. "took everything that was on the kitchen shelf and threw it into the pot."

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