5. How the Keynesian Endpoint Is Changing the Global Political Landscape

The scene: A walkway in a tree-lined park on lovely summer afternoon

The players: A dark-suited man, ostensibly politician Republican Congressman Paul Ryan (who wishes to reform Medicare) and grandma, 80 years old

In a finely appointed dark suit, a man is walking an elderly and frail white-haired woman in her wheelchair through a park on a glorious afternoon, where the sun’s rays can be seen bursting through the park’s leaf-covered skies. The woman is closed-lipped but smiling, turning her head ever so gingerly toward the seemingly kind man, whose smug face seems out of tune with the melody playing both in the background from an unknown source and in the heart of the woman, ...

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