Gary North writes that the Keynesian system boils down to this: G is the significant discretionary factor. G is government spending. Confiscating the money, borrowing the money, and printing the money have no net negative economic repercussions. When there is a recession, increase G. In short, G comes from the tooth fairy. FULL ARTICLE
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