This Bloomberg Headline, "Leading Democrats Are Backing One of the Most Radical Economic Plans in Years," followed by the subheading, "It would also be expensive and disruptive, particularly for business." caught my interest as this is the first time in my memory that a proposal coming straight out of MMT, or Modern Money Theory, has been given any consideration at all let alone serious consideration. It's a noteworthy event on that account. Two points of interest here, among many, caught my eye. One is that although the Article is about prominent Democrats backing the proposal, it would seem to be of equal interest to conservative Republicans, since according to MMT economists both unemployment compensation and the minimum wage would be eliminated, while at the same time the amplitude of the business cycle would be decreased and aggregate demand would be increased. The other point has to do with the curious subheading. That seems to be stating a conclusion with the debate having barely begun. If interested further, see https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...conomic-plan-in-years-and-now-it-s-mainstream. For extensive detail see, for example, L. R. Wray, "Understanding Modern Money, The Key to Full Employment and Price Stability," Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.; 1998.