Monthly Archives: October 2017

The JFK docs: Canada Cuba and the U.S.

The recent release of previously secret archival files in the JFK archive has come at a very busy time in American and world news. The release is a massive one which will take some time to absorb and analyze. So … Continue reading

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British national debt 1690 to 1910

(originally published on my blogspot blog in 2010)   Over the years that I have researched the question of the national debt and its impact upon an economy I have always been astonished at how boldly politicians, journalists and others … Continue reading

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The Great Depression revisited

  ( Originally published February 20 , 2006 on my Harold Chorney political economist blog.I m republishing it here for the convenience of readers and students.   ) The Great Depression which began after the stock market crash in the fall … Continue reading

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Condolences to all those affected by the tragic events in Las Vegas and the terrible hurricanes, the earthquake in Mexico and a suggestion to help repair the damages.

Many millions of people in the US. have been tragically affected by the terrible hurricanes that swept through Florida, Texas, Louisiana,Puerto Rico, the Caribbean islands and now the horror of a mass shooting in Nevada.Mexico also suffered a tragic loss … Continue reading

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