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Keynes to Democrats: Major Government Infusions Needed to Rescue this Economy

by Steven Pressman | Feb 2, 2021 | Coronavirus, Economy

…erhaps even with Donald Trump running again on the Republican ticket. The UK Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme would be a better model for the U.S. to follow. Steven Pressman is professor of economics at Colorado State University, author of Fifty Major…

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Trump Economics Embrace Usual Fare of Tax Cuts for the Wealthy and False Promises to the Middle Class

by Steven Pressman | Sep 18, 2020 | Economy, Politics

…da. The rich can escape to their country estates, working safely from home and/or living off their wealth. Those getting ill and dying reside on Main Street. Steven Pressman is professor of economics at Colorado State University, author of Fifty Major…

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Under Cover of Covid, Republicans Will Come After Social Security as They Have Done Repeatedly Before

by Steven Pressman | Aug 18, 2020 | Coronavirus, Economy

…on approaches, Biden should channel his inner FDR, talk about expanding Social Security, and emphasize his sharp differences with Donald Trump on this issue. Steven Pressman is professor of economics at Colorado State University, author of Fifty Major…

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After Covid-19: A Policy Blueprint

by Steven Pressman | Jun 20, 2020 | Coronavirus

Major crises bring lasting change. We should expect no less from the Covid-19 depression. The only question is what kind of change we will get. The New Deal gave us Social Security, unemployment insurance, and infrastructure construction. Soldiers re…

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Great Depression II or Great Federal Debt

by Steven Pressman | May 19, 2020 | Coronavirus, Economy

Thinking several steps ahead prepares us for the future; not doing so invites failure. The inability to think ahead has turned a global health crisis into an economic crisis for the United States and a political crisis for President Trump. Currently…

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