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Debunking Keynesian Economics
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Watch it on YouTube!

Writes National Post’s Kelly McPharland: “As the Keynesian revival sweeps the policy establishment, here’s a fine antidote. It’s a video on the Keynesian myths behind the global push to crank up government spending and the size of government to stimulate the economy. In less than 8 minutes, Dan Mitchell, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, explains why it hasn’t worked in the past, and won’t work now. Complete with graphs, but best of all is Mitchell’s crisp, clear and steady delivery.”

Always glad to call attention to incisive conservative content on YouTube.

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