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  1. Smith, Adam, and Edwin Cannan. The Wealth of Nations. New York: Modern Library, 2000. Print.
    A book of Capitalism by Adam Smith, considered bible of Capitalism
  2. Keynes, John Maynard. The Economic Consequences of the Peace,. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920. Print.
    Book on Capitalism and war, Liberal veiwpoint
  3. Keynes, John Maynard. The General Theory of Employment. London: Macmillan and, 1936. Print.
    Book on employment and government spending.
  4. Malthus, T. R., and John Pullen. Principles of Political Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989. Print.
    Economic effects on political veiwpoints
  5. Ricardo, David. The High Price of Bullion a Proof of the Depreciation of Bank Notes. London: Printed for John Murray ... William Blackwood, Edinburgh and M.N. Mahon, Dublin, 1811. Print.
    Economic consequences of government
  6. Sowell, Thomas. Basic Economics: a Citizen's Guide to the Economy. New York, NY: Basic, 2000. Print.
    Description of modern conservative economics
  7. Sowell, Thomas. Basic Economics: a Common Sense Guide to the Economy. New York: Basic, 2011. Print.
    Interpretation of modern keynesiasm and it's negatives
  8. Stern, Gerald. Trickle down. Philadelphia: Banshee, 2006. Print.
    Modern guide to supply side economics
  9. Hank Brown. Congressional Record, March 24, 1992.
    Republican member of congress against Clinton's tax policies
  10. Thomas Sowell. "Trickle-Down Ignorance." April 2, 2005.
    Points out mis-information that democrats have about republican economics
  11. Galbraith, John Kenneth (February 4, 1982) "Recession Economics." New York Review of BooksVolume 29, Number 1.
    Attepts to show how Trickly Down economics can end recessions
  12. Helen Delich Bentley. Congressional Record, July 24, 1989.
    Democrat member of congress slamming supply side economics
  13. Jay Rockefeller. Congressional Record, July 26, 1991.
    Shows how taxing corporations can help end recessions
  14. Davidson, Paul (2009). The Keynes Solution: The Path to Global Economic Prosperity. Palgrave=McMillan. ISBN 978-0230619203.
    Applies keynesian economics to the developing world
  15. Chris Giles in London, Ralph Atkins in Frankfurt and Krishna Guha in Washington. "The undeniable shift to Keynes". The Financial Times. Retrieved 2009-01-23.
    poimts out negatives of Keynsian theory
  16. ^ "Economic Crisis Mounts in Germany". Der Spiegel. 2008-11-04. Retrieved 2011-08-13.
    Keynesian Economis in relation to Germany's economy after WWII
  17. Blinder, Alan. "Keynesian Economics". Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.
    Encycolpedia of Keynesian terms
  18. Colander, David (December 1984). "Was Keynes a Keynesian or a Lernerian?". Journal of Economic Literature 22: 1571–79, argues for the influence of Abba Lerner's interpretation Keynes in "textbook" Keynesianism.
    Shows how keynes simply updated old ideas
  19. Hazlitt, Henry (1959). The Failure of the ‘New Economics’. An Analysis of the Keynesian Fallacies. Princeton, NJ: Van Nostrand.
    Argument that says Keynsian economics are actually to blame for economic problems
  20. "Supply-Side Economics and Austrian Economics". April 1987.
    Tries to explain Austria's economic growth with their low tax rates
  21. Feldstein, Martin (2008-01). Effects of Taxes on Economic Behavior. National Bureau of Economic Research. Retrieved 2011-05-11.
    Demonstrates how lower taxes have made corporations more active
  22. Tax Cuts Don't Boost Revenues, Time Magazine, December 06, 2007
    Article arguing against the Republican opposition to tax hikes
  23. "Estimated Revenue Losses from Capital Gains Tax increases". Adam Smith Institute. 2010-06-30. p. 1. Retrieved 2010-09-15.
    Shows how profits went down very little when Capital gains taxes increased
  24. Jude Wanniski, "Taxes, Revenues, and the `Laffer Curve,'" The Public Interest, Number 50, Winter 1978
    Aplication of the Laffer curve
  25. Arthur B. Laffer, "Taxes, Depression, and Our Current Troubles", Wall Street Journal (September 22, 2009)
    Laffer himself describes his economic strategy
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