> . . .
> I left the Post Keynesian Thought list because it had degenerated, in my
> opinion, into being a propaganda vehicle for a resurrected fascism that
> is not significantly unlike the Italian Fascist program of the 1920's,
> and that of capitalist-Communist China today--in the manifestation of
> Warren Mosler's and Bill Mitchell's similar "buffer stock"
> full-employment models. See:
> http://csf.colorado.edu/mail/pkt/jun98/0489.html. To advance that
> propaganda, I believe that subsidies were paid by Mosler to certain
> elements associated with the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, the
> New School and the Levy Institute. . . .
Don't forget about Cigarette Man, hiding in the sewer. We'll alert Mulder and Scully ASAP.