“When artists get cash, they spend it both quickly and carefully.”

Jackson Pollock entering his studio. From the Smithsonian Archives. Felix Salmon writes in this month’s issue of The Atlantic that a good way to jump start the economy would be to pay the artists, who are among the very poorest citizens. “We’re living in a newly frugal world. But the rediscovered values of thrift and … read more… ““When artists get cash, they spend it both quickly and carefully.””

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