I never appreciated how well a real economist can explain economics in scientific terms. I am so used to hearing it from the POV of "traders" and "talking heads". It gives me hope there is a solution to this "depression". However, don't expect this book to make you feel good. It is rather sobering.
Due to the immensity of the topic, I tried to read it from the library but it would have taken too long to read. The audio version allowed me to get through it easily.
The nature of liquidity and how important it is. Also, it is sobering to think our legislators are so determined to go the austerity route that has failed in every instance.
I found the writing tedious. The main character's musings and details of unnecessary minutiae were maddening. I will not be continuing with this author.
Great voice all the way.
I didn't think there was anything I didn't know about World War II, but this book was so personal and real. It is well worth the time.
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