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April 21, 2017 at 11:11 am #21652
I am very aware that there have been distortions of what “Say’s Law” means, in going from his actual view to the 20th century understanding. Probably the best example of this is Keynes’ version of it (which he then easily knocked down).
I am about to leave for a week in Europe, so in the meantime can you point to the specific time markers in my lecture where you think I said something that is false? I’m not being defensive, I just want to efficiently get to the bottom of our different interpretations.