The archive of economic articles describing the national economy of the Democratic Republic of America.
The national economy is characterized as entrepreneurial capitalism, based upon technological innovation.
The goal of the economy is to create a commonwealth of independent citizens producers.
The instability in the U. S. economy is precipitated by a predictable sequence of events beginning with speculation in assets, inflation, monetary instability, and tax and fiscal policies that adversely affect national aggregate demand.
The financial elites in America are the economic agents who precipitate the economic instability with their asset speculation, and the concomitant power to affect monetary policy, to their own benefit.