Our market economy is driven by the fundamental concept of supply and demand, e.g. how much of a product the market can offer correlated with the amount of that product the public is willing (or able) to buy at a certain price. Or, as Dr. Pinckney Walker described so eloquently here in his 1950s Econ 101 class, the number of widgets and digits available combined with customer desire determines not only the price but also the replenishment factor.
Regarding unemployment, government must get back to economic basics
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