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even at times describing in words what a relevant graph would look like (e. g "U-shaped")
on 12 November 2014
For some reason, Wyatt appears to think that his readers will have difficulty handling numerical data and graphs. He therefore avoids numerical data and graphical representations, which would quickly and clearly explain his points to the reader. Instead he resorts to densely-written prose, even at times describing in words what a relevant graph would look like (e.g "U-shaped"). I would recommend anyone looking for a book on the basics of economics to avoid this one.