In this book, all of the myths, superstitions and utopias about "free" markets, the "invisible hand" and gold money are debunked. All of the correct policies are examined and discussed so that the reader can easily understand any discussion about economic policy without confusion about federal budget deficits, our national debt and the history of economic policies, both right and wrong.
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About the Author
Further, lawyers are trained at not only understanding what is relevant and probative of the truth, but also at establishing standards of proof. Another talent of lawyers is reading comprehension of very difficult texts in order to make sense of complex concepts. In economics, complexity seems to be the norm along with dogma masquerading as theory which presents daunting challenges of comprehension to nearly everyone.
Finally, lawyers must be able to explain to laymen what these complex concepts mean and how they relate to the facts. I have been doing just that throughout my 40-year legal career and that is my goal in writing this book - to enable everyone to understand economics and participate intelligently in decisions that affect everyone.