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Pro-Youth Economics Curiculum from 1975 Schools Briefs of The Economist

Anyone reading 1970s economics curricula needs to bear in mind:
 by now most guru western economists in Q3 of 20th century had absolved themselves of Keynes' responsibility to do _let  alone exponentially compound -no harm to youth's futures .They had hired themselves out to soundbiting tv-age politicians, short-termists or big vested interests- and as yet few had engaged in Entrepreneurial Revolution debates of how the coming of the internet open learning economy could be 10 increase human productivity 10 fold but only if it was designed foremost round economics resolving every sustainability crisis at a community level

 

As indexed in right column:  we start new sections at briefs that sound to be particularly urgently debated OLA's (Open Learning Activities) of what needs become the world's free online pro-youth economics curriculum

.Curriculum APPs -help map which nations are being designed to exponentially sustain or fail their youth?


>table>Growth by getting smaller Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Page 101. Vol 263, issue 6972.

Managing the British economy
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 8 March 1975.
Pages 34,35. Vol 254, issue 6863.

 

Keynes and the monetarists
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 15 March 1975.
Pages 74,75. Vol 254, issue 6864.

 

The New Cambridge
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 22 March 1975.
Pages 30,31. Vol 254, issue 6865.

 

A history of incomes policy
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 29 March 1975.
Pages 92,93. Vol 254, issue 6866.

 

Does incomes policy work?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 5 April 1975.
Pages 22,23. Vol 255, issue 6867.

 

The oil story
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 26 April 1975.
Pages 36,37. Vol 255, issue 6870

 

Banking in slumpflation
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 3 May 1975.
Pages 32,33. Vol 255, issue 6871.

 

Government and industry
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 10 May 1975.
Pages 38,39. Vol 255, issue 6872.

 

Britain's unemployed
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 17 May 1975.
Pages 28,29. Vol 255, issue 6873.

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Infant prodigies Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 105,106. Vol 263, iss...
The world of the electron Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 101,102. Vol 263, iss...
David v Goliath Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Pages 102,105. Vol 263, iss...
Software's the hard sell Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 16 April 1977. Page 106. Vol 263, issue 6972.
Where are Britain's capital venturers? Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 23 July 1977. Pages 72,73. Vol 264, issue ...
Wanted: capital adventurers News The Economist. Saturday, 12 November 1977. Page s37. Vol 265, issue...
Fun no more (American venture capital) Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 25 February 1978. Pages 98,100. Vol 266, i...
Rush to invest in Britain (Electronics) Business and Finance The Economist. Saturday, 27 May 1978. Page 102. Vol 267, issue 7030.
Chips and Inmos Letters to Editor The Economist. Saturday, 7 October 1978. Page 8. Vol 269, issue 7049.

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Managing the world's money
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 24 May 1975.
Pages 27-29. Vol 255, issue 6874.

Whatever happened to the British constitution?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 1 November 1975.
Pages 22,23. Vol 257, issue 6897.

Bill of rights: code of liberties or constitutional charter?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 8 November 1975.
Pages 24,25. Vol 257, issue 6898.

Who runs parliament?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 15 November 1975.
Pages 40,41. Vol 257, issue 6899.

Parties under pressure
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 22 November 1975.
Pages 22,23. Vol 257, issue 6900.

Do the unions rule Britain?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 29 November 1975.
Pages 38,39. Vol 257, issue 6901.

How elections elect
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 6 December 1975.
Pages 24,25. Vol 257, issue 6902.

How voters vote
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 13 December 1975.
Pages 36,37. Vol 257, issue 6903.

The civil service
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 24 January 1976.
Pages 28,29. Vol 258, issue 6909.

Tense time for local government
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 31 January 1976.
Pages 26,27. Vol 258, issue 6910.

Devolve and rule?
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 14 February 1976.
Pages 36,37. Vol 258, issue 6912.

Ulster: the continuing saga
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 21 February 1976.
Pages 32,33. Vol 258, issue 6913.

Just for reference  (series of above school briefs)
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 6 March 1976.
Page 33. Vol 258, issue 6915.

UK: he politics of social policy - 1
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 24 April 1976.
Pages 24,25. Vol 259, issue 6922.

 

The politics of social policy - II
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 1 May 1976.
Pages 28,29. Vol 259, issue 6923.

 

Time to choose  -why default state is spending on social policy goes up and up
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 8 May 1976.
Pages 36,37. Vol 259, issue 6924.

Parties and solutions
News in Brief
The Economist. Saturday, 15 May 1976.
Pages 40-42. Vol 259, issue 6925.

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