Apr

12

Poor Say (of Say's Law): he wrote that if someone goes to the trouble of spending time and money to produce something, that activity will add to other people's incomes and, therefore, aggregate demand. The reason the man is ridiculed is that his common sense observation contradicts the now standard religious belief that money savings = investment and the economist's creed that bank balances automatically add to the sum of human enterprise.


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