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New York Times columnist Paul Krugman writes: "Credibility can seem squishy, and it can be abused as a rationale for objectively bad policies. And being too rigid about obeying rules that have been overtaken by events can do a lot of damage. But maintaining credibility — demonstrating that you will, in fact, honor your promises within reason — is nonetheless important."


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