Monday, May 19, 2003

The Corruption of Economics - Mason Gaffney (full text and zip file)
This book, along with Pearce's "Value - Normal and Morbid" and Harrison's "Power in the Land" are for me the most important geoist books of the 20thC. Gaffney tells a story about the origins of the dominant paradigm neo-classical economics which many will find astonishing and unbelievable. In its own way its a revelation comparable to Chomsky and his work "Manufacturing Consent", but even more radical and important because the whole story and philosophy of geoism is so little known.

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