One of my former students, a student who performed very well in my class and has kept in touch on economic issues, sent me a link to John Cassidy, "A New Way to Learn Economics," New Yorker, September 11, 2017. In the piece, Cassidy is very gung-ho on a lengthy e-book called The Economy. It is published by the Core team and is being used in some economics courses. Its main virtue--and here I agree with Cassidy--is its price: zero. The book has lecture outlines, graphs, interviews, and questions for the reader to test his or her understanding. I don't have time to review it in full but I did check a few things. Do not regard this as a complete review. These are quick impressions. The Big Positive The
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