Feb

16

Is this NYT editorial by David Brooks not merely a modern restatement of the beliefs which [were popular for a while in the 1930s,] then essentially spawned Dr. Terborgh's refutation of productivity end-times in "The Bogey of Economic Maturity" (1945)…

…which is to say, a reiteration of the assertion that, with the plains and frontiers having been occupied (circa 1920), that no economic growth was left to be had?

90 years of industrial, manufacturing, biotech, internet, financial, and etc. growth says otherwise.


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