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The Paradox of Economic Value

What is economic value? Neoliberal economics has no good answer, but Lyndon LaRouche does! We cover some basic economic paradoxes and concepts of LaRouche’s economic outlook, such as productivity, energy flux density, potential population density, and capital intensity. 22 more words

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The LaRouche-Hamilton Science of Physical Economy

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The LaRouche-Hamilton Science of Physical Economy

by Matthew Ogden

“The annual produce of the land and labor of a country can only be increased in two ways: by some improvement in the productive powers of the useful labor which exists within it, or by some increase in the quantity of such labor…” — Alexander Hamilton, Report on Manufactures (1791) 1,977 more words

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Introduction to LaRouche’s Economics

Would raising the minimum wage to $15/hr fix the economy? How about making it $100/hr? Don’t start with money — the economy starts from the human ability to make and implement discoveries, as measured through energy flux density and potential population density. 23 more words

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