I accept that I am deeply unfashionable and not just because I’m an economist. It’s my analytical approach to issues that’s the problem. Where’s the emotion, where’s the vibe?
I had come to this realisation some time ago, but the now-thankfully-completed election campaign utterly confirmed this conclusion. No one was interested in facts or figures, in policy alternatives, in limiting the role of government.
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