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"The most powerful tool is investment spending towards advertisment" This seems pretty dubious. It doesn't mesh with anything else I've been able to find online, although I've never studied this subject.
Here's a summary which is at least coherant: http://www.ssc.uwo.ca/economics/faculty/jpalmer/Econway/chpt21.html
This page needs attention from someone informed about economics. --Starwed 11:53, 6 December 2005 (UTC)
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Perhaps flippantly in the face of some ... Wiki contortions (traced a bit here; and I'm still in process) (I like seeing the above reference to contributions from the subcontinent ...; that sort of kept up the tone), I'm working on this (new to me) phrase (on behalf of the man, I find, for whom the Fed's building, I find, is named). I think most or all the contortions as I've traced them are serious at bottom; and the efforts I'm making are certainly serious and, I hope, worthwhile. I'm not a specialist but hopefully am a somewhat-informed and definitely concerned and common-sensical what? person. Who hopefully knows how to work within the limits of his/r expertise. On we go. Swliv (talk) 19:01, 29 March 2012 (UTC)