*This is reposted from Kapitalism101, 4/20/10.
An economic crisis is also a time of ideological crisis. It’s a time when people start to reevaluate their ideas about the world, questioning some of the most basic assumptions they once had. Every capitalist crisis in history has brought about a rethinking and regrouping of mainstream economic thought. Interestingly this rethinking has always happened within the context of some sort of radical challenge to the economic order…
There are also Quiz and Addendum videos for this Introduction up on the original Kapitalism101 post.
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