Economics Finally Caught Up With Keynes, But the True Believers Remain Unabashed

Carothers, Neil
December 1959
Saturday Evening Post;12/5/1959, Vol. 232 Issue 23, p10
Focuses on responses of various economists in the theories of the Lord John Maynard Keynes. Comments on Keyne's scientific explanation of the causes of depression; Criticism made against some of Keyne's theories and assumptions on economic subjects; Impact of the failure in practice of the Keynes theories.


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