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From: riccardo bellofiore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The fact that Keynes didn't recognized a dependence from Marx (though, as
> said, he endorsed the idea of a monetary circuit as coming from Marx) is
> not relevant, in my opinion. First, he may have been ignorant of a line of
> continuity. Second, my point is: do Marxists today (or 50 years ago!) need
> to consider Keynes (like Kalecki, like Robinson, like Sraffa, like
> a political economists, and not a vulgar economist, like Marx considered
> Ricardo a political economist, or not? My answer is: yes.
I quite agree with this, Keynes is definitely not a vulgar economist.
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