A radical new study has shown that, contrary to popular belief—not to mention the favorite “house in order” analogies of leading politicians from both major parties—the nation state is not a household. Professor Jakob Slotergraus, of Western Tech University, goes so far as to claim that, whereas household debt does not contribute to the economic growth of its population, the opposite is in fact the case for the nation state. He has also discovered that, unlike within a state, there is little to no economic activity within a household. “I’ve spent thirty years studying economics,” Slotergraus said in an interview, “and I’ve concluded that it is, in fact, inexplicable to bloggers of every political persuasion.” Slotergraus has previously written studies showing that the nation state is neither a classroom nor a corporation.


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