The audio above begins with a reading from Chapter 10 of Henry Hazlitt’s The Failure of the New Economics, ending with Patrick Barrington’s sarcastic poem “I Want to be a Consumer,” published in a 1934 issue of Punch, mocking the prevailing economic thought of the time that would come to sweep away governments with the promise of miraculousity of magical money from nowhere.
By silveristhenew | Published March 6, 2013
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