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IN 1930, when the world was “suffering…from a bad attack of economic pessimism”, John Maynard Keynes wrote a broadly optimistic essay, “Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren”. It imagined a middle way between revolution and stagnation that would leave the said grandchildren a great deal richer than their grandparents. But the path was not without dangers.
The contenders for the Republican presidential nomination have proposed numerous tax overhauls and have largely voiced opposition to raising the minimum wage. They are split on how to deal with Social Security and Medicare.