Editor, the Times:
Kent Roberts should heed his own Einsteinian definition of insanity.
He repeats over and over again the same fakery he heard somewhere about Milton Friedman, winner of the Nobel Prize for economics. Professor Friedman won his Nobel Prize for his book A Monetary History of the United States.
As the title makes clear, he dealt with monetary policy (e.g. money supply) rather than with fiscal policy (e.g. taxation).
After dropping Professor Friedman's name, Roberts, with Einsteinian insanity, does the same thing and drops the deep-sounding name Chicago School of Economics.
Madder is Robert's neologism, "ideology", which has been insanely used over and over after being coined - more than two centuries ago - by the murderous Frenchman, Napoleon Bonaparte, to disparage the three values of the French Revolution.
Greg Lanning Abbotsford