Readers interested in public policy are those most likely to enjoy Binyamin Appelbaum’s finely written book titled, The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society
. Appelbaum chronicles the influence of select economists on American life over the past half-century and assesses the outcomes from that influence. Many of the economists and their positions will be familiar to most readers, and some stories may be new. Whether you agree or disagree with Appelbaum, his account is worth reading and his assessment is cogent.
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