Usually when we talk about economics, what we really mean is political economy, the science of production, distribution, and consumption of marketable goods and services. Most authorities divide political economy into macro- and microeconomics, a distinction that does not exist in binary economics, at least not as generally understood. In Economic Personalism, microeconomics refers to the individual and family, while macroeconomics refers to everything else.
Thus, in the Just Third Way, microeconomics is what most people would call home economics, which is a good segue into today’s podcast, which is a discourse on the importance of grains and pseudo grains in a balanced diet, and which the Economic Democracy Act: would give people the ability to eat properly and affordably:
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