After Rock came Rap and Hip Hop.
Then in the post World War-l period the country entered the Jazz Age and Charlestoned its way through the Roaring Twenties until it was dashed back to reality by the market crash of 1929.
Swing music was appreciated at many levels.
Ford knew why cutting prices worked, and one of the reasons he raised wages too was to attract and retain loyal workers; but Ford was confused about the economic role of wages, thinking that nominal wages to rise, since later he advised Herbert Hoover to prevent wages from falling during the deflation of the early Depression [as in the quote ], with disastrous consequences.
Now, Keynes famously said, "In the long run we are all dead." We can take from this the lesson that Say's Law as a "long-run" truth is of no significance.
There was a third important factor.
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No one worked harder than in making a success of the early band.
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And improve they did, but not till the last stop of the tour.
Indeed, there also may lurk behind this an that is hostile to consumer goods, and consumers, as representing "unnecessary desires" that waste resources, exploit the Third World, and harm the Earth.
It is important to stress again that did not create Swing himself.
Production not only underlies consumption, but, if "supply creates demand," then consumption is something that, once we have the production, will take care of itself in a free market.
Count Basie was discovered in Kansas City by John Hammond in 1936.
Tax and spend politics thus is responsive to rent seekers (these days especially public employee unions) and is entirely unconcerned at the manner in which this draws capital out of the economy and so undercuts economic development, increases in productivity, and the provision of consumer goods.
It only went into semi-retirement.
Also, production reflects the investment of capital, both human and material, which means that "supply-side economics" and Say's Law, in their generality, are principles of capital and so of capitalism itself.