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Monday, 17 November 2014 11:31

David Gleicher's Blog Entries

Written by M. Oliver Heydorn
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There are a number of professional economists who have commented favourably on some of C.H. Douglas' main ideas. Most recently, Professor David Gleicher from Adelphi University has published a number of entries on his blog: "Looking through the Crack" that relate various aspects of Social Credit theory to the economic mainstream: 

Reading in the New Year: "These Present Discontents" by C.H. Douglas

Keynes and Douglas on Effective Demand

Keynes and Douglas on the Real Economy

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