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A Review of Stephanie Kelton’s The Deficit Myth

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The good news is that Stephanie Kelton has written a book on MMT that is very readable and will strike many readers as persuasive and clever. The bad news is that Stephanie Kelton has written a book on MMT that is very readable and will strike many readers as persuasive and clever. Narrated by the author. Original Article: “A Review of Stephanie Kelton’s The Deficit Myth“. You Might Also Like Some Conservatives Want Americans to Abandon Classical Liberalism. Don’t Listen to Them. Donald Trump’s economic populism, and his break with the established post-war conservative movement, has created an opening for new types of conservatism. Among these is the anti-market wing of the movement characterized by a

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The good news is that Stephanie Kelton has written a book on MMT that is very readable and will strike many readers as persuasive and clever. The bad news is that Stephanie Kelton has written a book on MMT that is very readable and will strike many readers as persuasive and clever.

Narrated by the author.

Original Article: “A Review of Stephanie Kelton’s The Deficit Myth“.


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