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How about Quantitative Easing for the People?
Anatole Kaletsky
Giving the general population x-amount of money would certainly give the economy the boost that it needs instead of going to the bankers. More importantly, however, is for people to have faith in the economy again and that their future is secure. What is going on at the moment, certainly in Europe, is that people fear the future and they fear whether they are going to be out of work tomorrow. If plenty of jobs could be created then the fear factor would be reduced and people would spend money, thus an automatic boost to the economy.

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