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Keynes, et après ?
Est-ce railler que de rapprocher de l'emphase ironique de Proudhon l'ambitieuse assurance de Keynes? De quoi s'agit-il donc? Quelle humiliation! C'est, en effet, celle qui mit aux prises Ricardo et Say, d'une part, avec, d'autre part, Malthus, Sismondi, et bien d'autres. Paix sur terre aux hommes de bonnes ressources. Le multiplicateur de R.
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