Remainder, along with links to various articles and obituaries, here. I'd certainly recommend the NRO piece.
"Though most of his economic theories have been shown to be drivel, unlike Keynes, he could write well and entertainingly. The notion of Prof Galbraith – a witty, entertaining, and influential economist – is delightfully out of tune with the world’s expectations for economists. Even if most of his policy prescriptions consisted of telling bureaucrats and government officials what they wanted to hear – raise taxes, increase regulation, capitalism evil, etc."
Thursday, May 04, 2006
Steve – thanks for the piece. My summary:
Posted by TBMD at 5/04/2006 04:59:00 PM