Political Economy as a subject examines the interplay of economics and public policy in determining the physical conditions under which the commerce and lives of the people of a country operate. This column will comment on both sides of this interaction in various localities and internationally. The rational is for the greatest good for the greatest number. All influences that tend to narrow the benefits to a few will be examined.
A preponderance of harsh influences seem to permeate our commercial and political realms and institutions for dependent persons. All candidates for promotion in employment, business and political groups be subject to psychological testing to reveal psychopathic tendencies as a qualifying criterion.