The estimated demand - induced effects of Senator Sanders’s policies are not just implausibly large but literally incredible.How do they explain the growth effects of WWII spending? That happened more than a decade after the start of the great depression and followed a much stronger recovery (though still not fully recovered) but now a similar response is "literally increadible"??? I don't get it. It's like they know history and so don't want to repeat it but the part they don't want to repeat is a the impressive economic development that started with the New Deal and then surged with WWII.
It's like they've given up on the prospect of a stronger economy.