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Jeff Deist on Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Revolutionaries, and Mussolini Praising Keynes

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Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing. Was Bader Ginsburg a judge or legislator? “She was a judge in name only, someone with a political agenda,” Deist says. Are there genuine revolutionaries in America? How does Keynesianism overlap with Fascism? “It’s no coincidence that Mussolini would praise Keynes; every dictator would need the financial wherewithal to spend without restraint.” Listen to the full episode for all this and more. Find more from David Gornoski on A Neighbor’s Choice. Powered by WPeMatico Post Views: 4

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Jeff Deist returns to the show to comment on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing. Was Bader Ginsburg a judge or legislator? “She was a judge in name only, someone with a political agenda,” Deist says. Are there genuine revolutionaries in America? How does Keynesianism overlap with Fascism? “It’s no coincidence that Mussolini would praise Keynes; every dictator would need the financial wherewithal to spend without restraint.” Listen to the full episode for all this and more.

Find more from David Gornoski on A Neighbor’s Choice.

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