Page 19, spille poker for rigtige penge i usa panel 2: Henry George, The Science of Political Economy, 1953 (1897 Country Life Press (Robert Schalkenbach Foundation p153.
New Keynesian: Paul Krugman, Peddling Prosperity, Norton, 1994, p215, Uchitelle 1999,"d in Charles Sackrey, Geoffrey Schneider, and Janet Knoedler, Introduction to Political Economy, 4th edition, Dollars and Sense, 2005, p121-122; Monopolistic competition: David Warsh, Knowledge and the Wealth of Nations, Norton, 2006, p235 Ideas.
Page 169, panels 2-5: Galbraith, The Affluent Society, page 152-154.
Page 270, panel 4: Worried about inflation: Heres Paul Krugman getting fed up, in 2012, after three years of warnings about inflation: m/2012/03/31/floodgates/.Second, these were often presented as rescues for the borrowers, when in fact they were rescues for the lenders.Of course, declining oil prices played a part as well.Given that the price of food was also lower in good harvests, farmers could see their entire profit go to shipping costs.Its true that the South had a lot of paper wealth, but much of that was land (which isnt the kind of wealth were talking about) and a lot of the rest was slaves (who shouldnt be counted as wealth at allrather, they should.I am proud to be an American.
See Peter Kropotkins Mutual Aid.) Page 83, panel 2: From the point of view of the farmer, anyway.
Page 228, panel 5: Private insurance and Medicare: Krugman, The Conscience of a Liberal, p222.
The author proves: no, theyre not, and the fewer insurers there are the less competitive they are.
It has left me with nothing to hope for, with nothing definite to seek or strive for.(People dont leave 100 bills on the ground, economists say).Page 75, panel 6: Im going by the estimate of north of 200 million acres given in Larry Gonicks The Cartoon History of the United States, HarperPerennia, l 1991, p213; Howard Zinn, A Peoples History of the United States, HarperPerennial 2003 (1980 says 100 million.The" is in Richard Parker, John Kenneth Galbraith, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2005, p342.Page 192, panel 2: Fewer layers of management: James Surowiecki, The Wisdom of Crowds, Abacus, 2004, p252.Page 35, panel 5: Malthus, Essay, p37.