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The Toxic Politicization of Society

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Tho Bishop, guest-hosting A Neighbor’s Choice, interviews Jonathan Newman, author of The Broken Window. Tho and Jonathan discuss the supposedly transitory aspect of inflation, the overshadowing of economics by central planning, Keynesian economics, and more. Purchase The Broken Window online at Mises.org/BWindow. Powered by WPeMatico

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Tho Bishop, guest-hosting A Neighbor’s Choice, interviews Jonathan Newman, author of The Broken Window.

Tho and Jonathan discuss the supposedly transitory aspect of inflation, the overshadowing of economics by central planning, Keynesian economics, and more.

Purchase The Broken Window online at Mises.org/BWindow.

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