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Review: The Way the World Works (Gateway Contemporary)

User Review  - Bruce Glass - Goodreads

Jude Wanniski is an excellent writer. He writes with charm and wit as he lays out a thorough and definitive argument for supply-side economics. He leaves out some very important mitigating factors ... Read full review

Review: The Way the World Works (Gateway Contemporary)

User Review  - Prakhar Bindal - Goodreads

The best book on economics. Shows fatuity of still-dominant demand-side model, with its silly preoccupation with accounting trivia, like the federal budget and trade balance and savings rates, in an economy with $40 trillion or so in assets that rise and fall weekly by trillions. Read full review

Review: The Way the World Works (Gateway Contemporary)

User Review  - Prakhar Bindal - Goodreads

The best book on economics. Shows fatuity of still-dominant demand-side model, with its silly preoccupation with accounting trivia, like the federal budget and trade balance and savings rates, in an economy with $40 trillion or so in assets that rise and fall weekly by trillions. Read full review

Review: The Way the World Works (Gateway Contemporary)

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

This is the book that sums up supply side economics and the Regan economic policies that brought the US out of the Carter era inflation troubles and sent the US on a 20 year bond and equity boom. To ... Read full review

Review: The Way the World Works (Gateway Contemporary)

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

This is the book that sums up supply side economics and the Regan economic policies that brought the US out of the Carter era inflation troubles and sent the US on a 20 year bond and equity boom. To ... Read full review


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