The GOP’s Anti-Stimulus Manifesto

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For five years, classical liberal columnist and Council on Foreign Relations fellow Amity Shlaes delved deeply into the history of the Great Depression. She had been an op-ed editor at the Wall Street Journal, a WSJ columnist reuniting Germany, and a columnist for the Financial Times. She wrote two books, on German national identity and on America’s tax policy, critiqued from the right. Both sold well, but neither one foreshadowed the success she’d have with her research on the New Deal.

The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression, published in 2007, has become one of the most influential books of the decade. Republicans and conservative activists have read the book, absorbed its lessons, and deployed them in the current debate over how to tackle the greatest economic crisis since the 1930s. Newt Gingrich has read it. So has Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), the ranking Republican on the House Budget Committee. And so has Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.), the head of the Senate Republican Policy Committee; according to his spokesman, the senator has also circulated the book among his colleagues.

“I’m just very fortunate that they’re interested,” said Shlaes on Monday. “This is not an anti-Democrat book, but it is a book that says ‘cast a skeptical eye on stimuli.’”

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There are 200,000 copies of the The Forgotten Man in print, a dramatic success for a work of economic history. Shlaes has written a gripping revisionist history of the New Deal, told through the interweaving lives of New Dealers and prominent Americans of the era. Republicans, of course, have never been too enamored with Franklin Roosevelt or with the New Deal. But before Shlaes, Republicans and conservatives often sought a sort of compromise with the FDR legacy. In A History of the English-Speaking Peoples Since 1900, the conservative British historian Andrew Roberts writes that “the New Deal worked.” President George W. Bush widely recommended the book and feted Roberts. When the former president pushed for partial Social Security privatization, he presented this as a continuation of FDR’s legacy; conservative commentators such as Brit Hume even suggested that FDR would have supported private accounts. Even if he made mistakes, his style of leadership was worth copying, and some of the outgrowths of the New Deal were worth reforming, not abolishing.

The Forgotten Man’s revisionism does not give so much credit to FDR or his New Dealers. According to Shlaes, who builds on decades of New Deal criticism and research into the lives and work of FDR’s brain trust, the programs actually lengthened and aggravated the Depression because of regulation that ate away at American entrepreneurship and profit motive, and because of haphazard implementation that drove businesses and banks to uncertainty and panic. The “forgotten man” of the title is the American whose income and effort were taken, against his will, to pay for the experiments and entitlement programs of the New Deal. The New Dealers, in this telling, were well-meaning and smart people who did a lot of damage and little good, and understanding that is key to understanding why government intervention in the economy and big-spending stimulus packages are doomed to fail.

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This argument did not begin with Shlaes, as the author readily admits. Criticisms of the New Deal are as old as the New Deal itself. “Roosevelt drove Republicans mad with rage,” Shlaes said on Monday. “The Republicans who appear in the history of the New Deal were very shrill. It did not become them. So, what can we learn from their mistakes?”

The last decade has seen a sort of boom in New Deal revisionism, beginning with David M. Kennedy’s Freedom From Fear: The American People in Depression and War 1929-1945 (1999), which argued that Roosevelt’s programs failed to rescue the economy in the 1930s, and continuing through the work of libertarian Cato Institute scholar Jim Powell, whose FDR’s Folly (2003) built a systematic case that the New Deal actually prolonged the Great Depression. The Forgotten Man has surpassed both books in sales. Powell couldn’t be more pleased.

“I’m kind of hammer and tongs in my approach,” said Powell on Monday. “[Shlaes is] a wonderful, graceful writer who’s, perhaps, more elegant than that. If you’re trying to change opinion on any subject, you need a lot of different people, different voices, and different approaches. That’s true whether you’re trying to abolish slavery or you’re trying to limit the power of government.”

Among liberals, Shlaes is also the most controversial of the New Deal revisionists. She was roundly criticized on the left for a July 2008 column in which she defended former Sen. Phil Gramm’s (R-Tex.) charge that America was in a “mental recession.” New York Times columnist Paul Krugman criticized Shlaes’ work and conclusions about the New Deal both before and after he won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Economics. But Shlaes has become unescapable on op-ed pages, hungry for contrarian arguments about the stimulus; for example, she has made three appearences in the Washington Post since early December 2008, all of them to argue against repeating the mistakes of FDR. Fred Barnes, the well-sourced editor of the Weekly Standard, reported that those columns, like the book, were “widely read” by Republicans.

The Forgotten Man became essential reading among conservatives as soon as it hit the shelves. In June 2007 Gingrich called the book one of two that was “guiding” his thoughts (the other being French President Nicholas Sarkozy’s Testimony). In The Forgotten Man, Gingrich saw a path back to “the Whig-style free-market liberalism” that defined America before the New Deal. “Sarkozy shows us how a courageous leader could translate Shlaes’s call to liberalism into the boldest campaign in our lifetime,” said Gingrich, then flirting with a run for president. Gingrich never ran, but endorsements like that, from a man who many on the right consider an intellectual pioneer, rocketed the book’s popularity on the right.

During the 2008 campaign, Sen. John Kyl (R-Ariz.), the Republican whip in the Senate, bristled at Democratic comparisons between George W. Bush and Herbert Hoover. On September 18, as the economic crisis hit, Kyl argued from the floor of the Senate that “in the excellent history of the Great Depression by Amity Shlaes, The Forgotten Man, we are reminded that Herbert Hoover was an interventionist, a protectionist, and a strong critic of markets. If anything, Hoover-and then Franklin Roosevelt-prolonged the Great Depression by their manic intervention in the free market, which caused a spiral of deflation.”

Since President Obama’s victory, Shlaes’ work, and her columns for Bloomberg News, have provided much of the grist for Republican arguments against a spending-focused economic stimulus package.

In a December 2008 interview with Brian Howey, Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), the third-ranking Republican in the House, fired back at a criticism from Paul Krugman with analysis he’d gleaned from The Forgotten Man. “Shlaes points out… [that] the recession had abated by the middle of the 1930s in the West with the exception of the United States,” said Pence. “She argues that it was the spending and taxing policies of 1932 and 1936 that exacerbated the situation. That’s why I say it’s important for the Congress to act, but one of the lessons of the 1930s is we can’t borrow and spend back to a growing economy.”

Last week, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani cited Shlaes to argue against the idea of spending to get out of a recession. “Basically it points out why the recession of 1929, which was a bad one, became the Great Depression of 11 or 12 years,” Giuliani told Sean Hannity on his Fox News talk show. “It became the Great Depression because of unwise government actions first by Hoover and then by Roosevelt. If you think you’re just going to get your way out of this recession by all kinds of social programs, welfare programs, you’re just going to make it much worse.”

Shlaes wants to wave Republicans off from making the kind of rhetorical or ideological compromise with the New Deal that Republicans made, for example, during the 2005 Social Security fight. “This is a time for choosing,” she said on Monday, “and I’m not the first person to say that or to use that term in saying so. Reagan could afford to like FDR because, at the time, it seemed possible to keep our entitlements if we reformed them. It turns out that we can’t afford entitlements. We have to choose between Reagan and Roosevelt. You can’t just say you like both Reagan and Roosevelt.”

As conservatives make their choices, Shlaes is still plugging away. Her next book will be a revisionist history of the 1960s and the spending and entitlement programs of the Great Society, tentatively titled — after Richard Nixon’s 1969 speech on Vietnam — The Silent Majority.

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Comment posted February 3, 2009 @ 2:11 pm

They covet this book because it allows them to not take responsibility for all the failures of this economy crisis we are in. They covet this book because they can scorn the successes of the “New Deal” and “The Great Society” while at the same time they and their businesses benefit from them.


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Ugly on the inside. Der Sturmer style rewrite of history, the dark side of the American Dream. The shilling jill who fits the bill for the fit to spill conservative sociopath who hates the thought that somewhere, an old woman isn't forced into the streets as a prostitute because she gets social security. David Vitter.


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Wow, gee. It is amazing that no one has criticized this book. Nice “journalism” Politico!


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I mean no one other than a Nobel prize winning economist. But what does he know?


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Since the GOP seems to have settled on a 100% obstructionist policy to any Keynesian solutions to the upcoming Depression, they had better hope she is right. Otherwise they are going to be looking at long, long time as a minority party, if the GOP survives at all.


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Even if this book hadn't been debunked, it fails to recognize that one of the accomplishments of Roosevelt was the modern middle class society brought about in no small part due to the creation of a social safety net, stabilization of markets (and therefore access to non-insiders) through market regulation, and generally greater redistributive taxation. What this accomplished is the great flattening of wealth and the busting out of the repetitive cycle of depressions every 30 years or so.

In the end, if things had run their course, and we had avoided the creation of a viable socialist/communist party, we might, and I emphasize might, have come out of the depression sooner, but the US would most likely not have ended up with the first middle class majority in world history, and would still be in the deep depression boom cycle of the previous 100 years.


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Comment posted February 7, 2009 @ 1:06 pm

The writer failed to mention that Ms. Shlaes is an English major and really has no scholarly background in economics other than her career path as a business journalist. Who of course benefits from the meme's she propagates but those who have benefited from the last 28 years of conservative economics.

I would like to ask Ryan, Gingrich, McCain, Kyle, DeMint and the others since you believe Ms. Shlaes is right about the new deal, do you agree with her that social security and medicare should be ended since we “can't afford entitlements.”


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Comment posted February 8, 2009 @ 6:06 am

Interesting how the media is always looking for contrarian views that are more conservative/corporate, but never ones that are more liberal/populist. It is almost as if the media were owned by the corporate interests; oh that's right, it is.


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