The Wall Street Journal editorial page takes note of Rubinomics’ replacement with old-fashioned demand-side economics. Meet the new Democratic economic consensus, same as the old economic consensus.
I’m deeply sympathetic to the argument that conservatives need new ideas. But really, how new do they need to be if the Democrats are trying to win elections with economic ideas from the 1930s?
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