From the New Yorker:
For the sixty-odd million inhabitants of the U.K., living through [the austerity policies] hasn’t been a pleasant experience—no university institutional-review board would have allowed this kind of brutal human experimentation. But from a historical and scientific perspective, it is an invaluable case study.
A case study, that is, proving that austerity policies don’t work. The U.S. Republicans, especially the ones with seats in the House of Representatives should take a look at the experiment, but won’t.
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