The Democratic Deficits

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And the Rise of the Macro Central Bank

By JC Collins

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Charles Dickens masterfully crafted tales which captured the smells and sights of economic destitution.  From Oliver Twist to A Christmas Carol, the characters that littered the great storytellers novels found themselves alive during times of hardship, and yet maintained a stubborn sense of kinship.

The people of today are divided and disjointed into sad simulations of the literary creations of Dickens.  The sad joy once expressed is now overtaken by silent and subtle anger which simmers just beneath the surface of everyday life.

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Posted on April 27, 2014, in economics, Golden age and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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