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WHERE KEYNES WENT WRONG

Hunter Lewis

 

Subtitle: and Why World Governments Keep Creating Inflation Bubbles, and Busts, Axios Press, Mt. Jackson, VA., 2009, 384 pgs., index, citations, notes

 
 

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Part One - Introduction - 1 - Commonsense Economics

 
 

Part Two - What Keynes Really Said
2 - Drive Down Interest Rates

 
 

3 - Spend More, Save Less, and Grow Wealthy

 
 

4 - The Immoralist ( A Digression)

 
 

5 - What to Do About Wall Street?

 
 

6 - Look to the State for Economic Leadership

 
 

7 - In an Economic Crisis, Print, Lend, Borrow, and Spend

 
 

8 - Markets Do Not Self- Correct

 
 

9 - Yes, No, and Again Yes to Economic Globalization

 
 

Part Three
Why Keynes Was Wrong
10 - "Drive Down Interest Rates' (and Reap a Whirlwind of Inflation, Bubbles, and Busts)

 
 

11 - Spend More, Save Less, and Grow Poorer

 
 

12 - What (Not) to Do about Wall Street

 
 

13 - (Do NOT) Look to the State for Economic Leadership

 
 

14 - Government for Sale (A Digression)

 
 

15 - In an Economic Crisis, Printing, Lending, Borrowing, and Spending Just Sow the Seeds of the Next Crisis

 
 

16 - Markets Do Self-Correct

 
 

17 - Yes to Economic Globalization

 
 

Part Four
More on Keynes
18 How Keynesian Was Keynes?

 
 

19 - Keynes Speaking

 
 

20 - Keynes Writing

 
 

Part Five
Conclusion
21 - Upside-Down Economics What Keynes Would Have You Believe

 
 

22 - What Is Really Wrong Here: The Central Paradox of Keynesianism

 
 

Part Six
Envoi
23 - Saying Goodby to Keynes

 
     
     
     

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