There is little in the way of economics, statistics, or real world deliverables associated with what Samuel Gregg calls
a “new economy.”
Samuel Gregg is an exceptional scholar. He is also a gentleman. His new book, The Next American Economy , is about half right. Upon the wrong half we will here reflect.
As a philosopher, Gregg, who is not trained in economics, sees all conflict as friction between theories. He believes the United States now has only two choices: what he labels as “state capitalism” and a real “market economy.”On the contrary, we believe that the real conflict is […]