I studied philosophy at Georgetown and Columbia University. I'm primarily interested in post-Keynesian economics, economic history, and the philosophy of economics. Outside of EE, I love to climb, cycle, and listen to podcasts.
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Are there any limits to government spending? In times of war, particularly? And what about the aftermath of such special times when treasuries seemingly feel unshackled from any rules? And are those times really any special? That is what this paper is about.