So here we are.
As any objective observer knows, neither Austrian nor Keynesian schools have all the answers. Combining them has led to great successes, though even this is not assured. What, then, can this country turn to for the challenging years ahead? Is there an economic philosophy capable of navigating our unprecedentedly rocky road?
I say that there is. Designed by some of the same people who designed this nation, it allowed for unsurpassed pinnacles of finance and entrepreneurship to be reached. For a system that helped a fledgling band of colonies transform into the world's unquestioned superpower, its name is rarely mentioned.
Fittingly, it is this: the American School. What is it all about? We shall find out.