In Part One of Neighbors Without Homes, the final paragraph asked how can we make our planet better since we're all here together. Consider what it would take to solve the issue of neighbors without homes.
Tamny bandies about the discussion of resources as if MMT did not recognize the importance of the productive capacity of a nation. MMT clearly asserts that the real constraints of our economy are based on real resources.
This is the real “joke that’s not funny.” MMT is no joke - but how it is currently being abused is.
A progressive application of MMT (again, not MMT itself) merely seeks to shift that 'socialism' MLK mentioned away from imperialist behavior and toward our own countrypeople.
Steven Grumbine interviews Professor Bill Mitchell about the “Theory” in Modern Monetary Theory, once again demonstrating that the two of them can make even complicated economic concepts accessible to the layperson.
This analysis of the pathophysiology of the taxation system informs the four taxation proposals presented here, which are crafted on the observed mechanics of the US monetary system as described in MMT.
People often dismiss economic conversations assuming they understand the basics. The government collects taxes, spends that money and then some, causing deficits. Then, the Government borrows money to cover the deficit...
MMT will not make racism and xenophobia go away and there will still be a need to understand that Black Lives Matter. But still, it will be as big of step in the right direction that the gains made in the 1960s were.