that London would be twice as large...

However, government spending and demand side policies did not work in the Great Depression, as any moderately informed person would know on honest reflection.

He’s going to have to spend money, but it won’t be enough.

and that nevertheless the rate of mortality would have diminished to one-half,...

Then the Democrats will come in.

The results are dismal.Wolfgang Schäuble, Finance Minister of , about "stimulus" spending in the United States, 2010 ("Europe's Phony Growth Debate," , Wednesday, April 25, 2012, A14)

social democratic and green parties ...

The Soviet Union could in no way be described as a liberal or democratic country now, nor do I think that it is terribly likely that perestroika will succeed such that the label will be thinkable any time in the near future. But at the end of history it is not necessary that all societies become successful liberal societies, merely that they end their ideological pretensions of representing different and higher forms of human society. And in this respect I believe that something very important has happened in the Soviet Union in the past few years: the criticisms of the Soviet system sanctioned by Gorbachev have been so thorough and devastating that there is very little chance of going back to either Stalinism or Brezhnevism in any simple way. Gorbachev has finally permitted people to say what they had privately understood for many years, namely, that the magical incantations of Marxism-Leninism were nonsense, that Soviet socialism was not superior to the West in any respect but was in fact a monumental failure. The conservative opposition in the USSR, consisting both of simple workers afraid of unemployment and inflation and of party officials fearful of losing their jobs and privileges, is outspoken and may be strong enough to force Gorbachev's ouster in the next few years. But what both groups desire is tradition, order, and authority; they manifest no deep commitment to Marxism-Leninism, except insofar as they have invested much of their own lives in it.[] For authority to be restored in the Soviet Union after Gorbachev's demolition work, it must be on the basis of some new and vigorous ideology which has not yet appeared on the horizon.

Wages must not come down, they must not even stay on their present level; they must go up.

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THE EXPANSIONIST and competitive behavior of nineteenth-century European states rested on no less ideal a basis; it just so happened that the ideology driving it was less explicit than the doctrines of the twentieth century. For one thing, most "liberal" European societies were illiberal insofar as they believed in the legitimacy of imperialism, that is, the right of one nation to rule over other nations without regard for the wishes of the ruled. The justifications for imperialism varied from nation to nation, from a crude belief in the legitimacy of force, particularly when applied to non-Europeans, to the White Man's Burden and Europe's Christianizing mission, to the desire to give people of color access to the culture of Rabelais and Moliere. But whatever the particular ideological basis, every "developed" country believed in the acceptability of higher civilizations ruling lower ones - including, incidentally, the United States with regard to the Philippines. This led to a drive for pure territorial aggrandizement in the latter half of the century and played no small role in causing the Great War.

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In place of this will likely emergea dynamic and powerful system of communist organizations whichwill both compete and cooperate with one another ...

They have thus prevented a large measure of unemployment., , November 1930 ( unemployment),

I want to see people get a job.

In more technical economic terms, if the supply function increases (from "supply, a" to "supply, b" in the chart below), which means that it becomes possible to produce a greater quantity of goods for a given price, then, if the demand function does not also increase, a greater quantity of goods will end up being sold anyway as prices fall to a market clearing level (from "price, a" to "price, b" in the chart).

We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work.

We have never made good on our promises....

In these interviews, all 10 revealed to us that they had several times been offered raises, but turned them down becaue of the added responsibility that came with the pay hike.

leftist movements struggling for national or ethnic liberation or for regional autonomy ...

However it will emerge triumphant in the 21st century.

When the number of job seekers falls twice as fast as the increased number of jobs, that is a supply-side problem.Alan Reynolds, "Demand-Side Policy Gave Us the Big Economic Fizzle," , April 28, 2014, A13, color added