Saturday, September 5, 2020

Michael Hudson — Debt, Land and Money, From Polanyi to the New Economic Archaeology


Monetary history.

Michael Hudson — On Finance, Real Estate And The Powers Of Neoliberalism
Debt, Land and Money, From Polanyi to the New Economic Archaeology
Michael Hudson | President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends (ISLET), a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and Guest Professor at Peking University

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4 comments:

Matt Franko said...

“ The United States became a creditor nation for the first time, and demanded payment of the war debts that Keynes warned were unpayable without wrecking Europe’s financial systems. (Hudson, Super Imperialism, 1972, summarizes this era.) France and Britain subjected Germany to unsustainably high reparations debts, while imposing austerity on their own economies by adhering to the gold standard.”

This is some of the worst Monday morning quarterbacking .... what does this moron think they could do back then with the technology they had?

It’s easy for an art degree moron to play Monday morning quarterback...

Certainly today looking back with today’s technology (which Art degree people like Hudson have NOTHING To DO With .. complete no value added commies... lower than whale shit... sub humans... ) you could snipe but how were they supposed to keep track of reparations with the IT that was available at that time?

Matt Franko said...

What a douchebag Hudson is ...

S400 said...

What the fuck are you talking about? Can’t you ever be clear about anything? Ah unclear thinking leads to unclear comments.

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