Science of Economics


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This was the scene at the DC train station. The woman handing out Lyndon LaRouche flyers said he was the only one who really understood the economy because he had studied the work of mathematician Bernhard Riemann. She said the economy followed laws and equations, like physics.

I really wish that were true.



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