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Scot Lehigh

Keynes' comeback

By Scot Lehigh
Globe Columnist / December 31, 2008

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In the long run, John Maynard Keynes once said, we are all dead. True enough. And yet, in the longer run, Keynes, who died in 1946 at 62, has made a startling comeback. In first half of the 20th century, the British economist dragged the dismal science into the modern age by arguing that recessions weren't necessarily self-correcting, as economic ... (Full article: 332 words)

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