John Authers of the Financial Times in conversation with George

7th March 2015

A two part interview with John Authers of The Financial Times about Money, Blood and Revolution

Part 1

Part 2

And an extract from John’s article about the book:

“This yields a theory of “circulatory growth”, in which economies function best when money flows to the wealthy and governments through taxes and profits, but also circulates back to the poor through transfer payments. There is plenty here to annoy socialists and libertarians alike, but the ideas are certainly plausible.”


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