・Apologizing to Japan | NYTimes.com
[…] And Western economists were scathing in their criticisms of Japanese policy.
I was one of those critics; Ben Bernanke, who went on to become chairman of the Federal Reserve, was another. And these days, I often find myself thinking that we ought to apologize.
[…] Japan used to be a cautionary tale, but the rest of us have messed up so badly that it almost looks like a role model instead.