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Oh, but protag ...

...I have given examples of dangerous ideas, perhaps you missed them - Mr Kelly's idea that it is not possible to export inflation, and the MMTer ideas promoted by Mr Harrison.

I believe the biggest foundational principle of Austrian economics is the inclusion of human behavior. Dr Menger was the first to propose and explore the idea that human wants and needs are key aspects to a full understanding of economics. It led him to many economic insights that are widely accepted today.

Dr Menger was an expansive thinker. Until he came on the scene economic orthodoxy focused on mathematical relationships. His ideas were not well received by his contemporaries. Kinda like Dr Paul.

As an aside, thank you for taking the time to respond to my comments. I am enjoying our conversation very much.

“None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free.” – Goethe