Subject: The Iceland Example? - Michael Hudson Sat 18 Feb 2012, 4:08 pm
Will events in Greece follow the same progression as occurred in Iceland? ------------------
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Subject: Re: The Iceland Example? - Michael Hudson Sun 19 Feb 2012, 7:45 pm
Will listen later. As always, thanks for posting Hudson.
I must admit, I no longer keep up with him, although I should.
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Subject: Re: The Iceland Example? - Michael Hudson Sun 19 Feb 2012, 10:39 pm
De nada. He is great, and even more importantly, he is good.
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Subject: Re: The Iceland Example? - Michael Hudson Wed 14 Nov 2012, 12:28 pm
He is great, and even more importantly, he is good.
“I had known of Henry George only that he popularized the Single Tax on land and, in the 19th century, had spoken out against economic inequality -- not that he had moved far to the right of the political spectrum, or that his followers were mainly von Misians and the school was basically a feeder into the Ayn Rand "objectivist" cult that had been an early training ground for Alan Greenspan.”
The Huffington Post: Michael W. Hudson: My Talk With Michael Hudson, Part 2
I love Hudson, he's the man that fired Greenspan. Ha. Hudson fired that objectivist creep.
Subject: Re: The Iceland Example? - Michael Hudson