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krugman
Jeffrey Tucker

Paul Krugman’s Incorrigible Monetary Keynesianism

If Paul Krugman wants to experience what a modernized P2P exchange of sound money feels like, my offer stands. I’m willing to help.

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Max Gulker

Student Debt: The Bermuda Triangle of Blame

The $1.5 trillion student-debt crisis is ongoing but can certainly be mitigated if colleges, government, and students work together.

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internationaltrade
Stephen Davies

Let’s Think Through This Trade Issue, Carefully

Should the political order reflect a vision of society as a free association of individuals engaging in free exchange for mutual and general benefit and creating a complex society thereby?  Or should it come from one that sees membership of a collective entity as primary and allows trade among insiders but puts barriers in the way of trade with outsiders?

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keynesiantrap
Antony Mueller

The Keynesian Trap: Lessons From the Japanese Slump

Despite Japan’s perfect Keynesian-textbook policy making, the economy has not revived. As a legacy of the policies, the Japanese government debt has grown to a dimension rarely reached outside of times of war.

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