Okay, there is a lot of enthusiasm among teachers for the stated educational policies of the new president. But, social studies teachers, who take their job seriously and like to incorporate current news with their teaching, need to start acquainting their students with Ricardian (and Nonricardian) Economic or Fiscal policy governments.
What defines a Ricardian or NonRicardian Government? Who was David Ricardo? What were his ideas? How do his ideas of government fiscal policy apply today to us?