D&S has compiled graphs & charts from the past year. Several draw on the series of “Economy in Numbers” columns that UMass-Amherst professor and D&S columnist Gerald Friedman wrote on the economic effects of implementation of Bernie Sanders’ proposed policies (here, here, and here). As many readers may know, Jerry’s projections were harshly criticized by establishment economists backing the Hillary Clinton campaign, and defended by heterodox economists and left journalists. (For more information on the kerfuffle, see a series of posts on the D&S blog, here, here, here, here, and here.)
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