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Well yes. If you define all other economists, including Bofinger or Krugman as cargo-cultists, leaving only the members of your sect as economists, then you have majority.
That is a quite apt description of what the neoclassicals have been doing.
Incidentally, I never claimed that I had a majority on the issue of whether subsidising private bondholders reduced inflation. I claimed that I was right as a matter of fact.
Furthermore you seem to confuse the national asset stock with the national debt,
Uh, no. What I said is that the quote-unquote "national debt" is the monetary base. If you eliminate the "national debt," you eliminate all state money in the economy. And that would be bad.
monetary growth with a deficit,
The two are the same.
In this cause a balanced budget over the cycle would indeed be wrong, but I don't share your assumptions
Those are not my assumptions, they are how fiat currencies work. Go check the Bank of International Settlements Working Paper 292, p. 19-21 if you don't want to take my word for it.
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