Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Economist Steve Keen The Australian Nostradamus Milton Friedman was not a Keynesian

according to Steve Keen Milton Friedman was not a Keynesian economist In fact, according to Keen calling Friedman a Keynesian is like calling the devil one of God’s angels amusing...LOL..Current US debt to GDP: 300% ....

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1 comment:

  1. I see nothing positive in this marketplace. If we continue on this tach, we are going to find ourselves truly deeper in doo doo. This administration has gone too far and do not understand the Keynesian model.


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