Tag Archives: John Maynard Keynes

Disaster Capitalism, and the Rise of the Machination

Last week in “Fair Laissez-Faire”, Michael wrote about Laissez-faire economics and the rise of crony capitalism. This week I’m following up with what has become known as crony capitalism’s extreme cousin, ‘disaster capitalism’. The majority of this article is influenced by The Shock … Continue reading

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Keynes Redux

I mentioned in a comment yesterday that I’m working on an article discussing the relationship between income taxes and unemployment. Before I finish that and post it, I wanted to follow up on my previous fiscal analysis article. I got … Continue reading

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Keynes Was Right

Much discussion has happened on this site regarding income tax rates, government spending, and the health of the economy. Certainly I’ve had some preconceived notions of what’s best, as has pretty much everyone else here. I decided to be more … Continue reading

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