FDR3543 Trump Derangement Syndrome - Call In Show - December 22nd, 2016

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Question 1: [1:50] - “I have an Austrian economics background, but have recently come across some evidence leading me to think it's conceivable routine budget deficits might be necessary to supply sufficient private sector saving. Do you think in a fiat money system the government needs to run routine deficits in order to allow for full employment and maximum resource utilization?”
Question 2: [58:57] - “I have read that 1968 was the year that never ended because of cultural changes and its effects over the decades. 2016, with Trump's victory, Brexit, the increasing rejection of feminism and identity politics, and the overall dissatisfaction with mainstream media signals a rupture of old established narratives and ideas. Those narratives ruptured this year can be traced in one way or another to what culminated in 1968. Does the assertion that 2016 marks the end of 1968 in the realms of ideas and culture hold any water?”
Question 3: [1:35:39] - “What are Donald Trump's biggest flaws?”
Question 4: [2:52:27] - “I went through a recent engagement break-up with a single mom, I am devastated by both the loss and the horrible things said by both parties during our last conversation. I am most upset by the things I said to someone I love. I have not been given the chance to make amends, so I am stuck unable to move on. Stefan, can you help me make sense of what has happened? Can you help me get some perspective to help end this mental anguish?”
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