"Those few weeks in jail were stark and I never want to go back, but it opened my eyes to a world I had never seen, a world occupied mostly by society’s rejects: Maori, Polynesian, the poor, drug addicts, prostitutes, gangs. My sheltered little self-righteous activist world seemed a joke" writes Tuhi-Ao Bailey in the New Zealand edition of Fleeing Vesuvius.
The New Economic Perspectives blog has been hosting a series discussing the Job Guarantee which is a major tenet of MMT or Modern Monetary Theory. Professor L Randal Wray has authored these blogs responding to questions and criticism posted by his myriad readers. We post his last piece here which deals with the practicalities of [...]