The Critics Of Keynesian Economics (1960)

 
9781169830356: The Critics Of Keynesian Economics (1960)

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Mr. Hazlitt has dug deep to unearth long-forgotten or even unknown criticisms of Keynes, published over the years since the General Theory appeared in 1936....Hazlitt also earns our gratitude by including the long out-of-print presentations of Say's Law of Markets by J.B. Say and John Stuart Mill; for these nineteenth-century demonstrations that there can be no such thing as general 'overproduction' or 'underconsumption' on a free market are as fresh and valid today as they were a century and a half ago. The Sisyphean feat of Hazlitt and the other authors in pulverizing and clearing away the Keynesian rubble opens the way for a return to Say's Law and to those economists, like Lugwig von Mises, who have brilliantly built upon that law as a solidfoundation.> (Murray N. Rothbard In National Review)

Mr. Hazlitt has dug deep to unearth long-forgotten or even unknown criticisms of Keynes, published over the years since the General Theory appeared in 1936....Hazlitt also earns our gratitude by including the long out-of-print presentations of Say's Law of Markets by J.B. Say and John Stuart Mill; for these nineteenth-century demonstrations that there can be no such thing as general 'overproduction' or 'underconsumption' on a free market are as fresh and valid today as they were a century and a half ago. The Sisyphean feat of Hazlitt and the other authors in pulverizing and clearing away the Keynesian rubble opens the way for a return to Say's Law and to those economists, like Lugwig von Mises, who have brilliantly built upon that law as a solid foundation. (Murray N. Rothbard In National Review)

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