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Real World Economics: A Post-Autistic Economics Reader

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The articles in this book have been selected for their importance to the reform movement and for their accessibility to the general reader. Intelligibility is one of the movement's two keystones. "Real economic problems" concern real people, so their analysis must be made intelligible to an educated general public if real democracy is to function.

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Published February 1st 2007 by Anthem Press
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