Short answer: capitalism. However, using the current macro economic dialog between Monetarists and Keynesians in the context of the UK Brexit debate and its side-effects, Chris Dillow asks some probing questions about the historical efforts to stabilize what may be inherently impossible to stabilize. Nonetheless it IS possible to constrain the domains of market relations by the adoption of industrial policies and the expansion of free or nearly free goods and services widely used or needed. Buddhist version: For some people, or peoples in some eras, from birth you must ride the tiger, and you must stay on his back until he collapses from exhaustion. If you fall, or leap off, the tiger will kill you.
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