As Always Jack: A World War Two Love Story
By Emma Sweeney
The discovery of a cache of letters—written just after World War Two by a young pilot from Texas to the California girl with whom he had fallen in love—becomes a grown daughter’s touching introduction to the man who died before she was born, the father she never knew. Unique it its poignant details yet universal in its depiction of the passions and fears of wartime, As Always, Jack is a love story that sears the heart.
Where Keynes Went Wrong
By Hunter Lewis
Listen to recent podcast on Mind Tools (July 30, 2012)
In responding to the financial crash of 2008, both the Bush Administration and the Obama Administration have relied on prescriptions developed by John Maynard Keynes, the most important economist since Marx. But should we be relying on Keynes? What did Keynes actually say? Did he make his case? Hunter Lewis concludes that he did not. If Keynes was wrong then so are the economic policies of virtually all world governments today.
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