Hello Dedicated Fans of Crash Course Criticism,
Due to my current work situation, I am unable to continue writing weekly articles critiquing the latest Crash Course Economics video.
Fortunately, Crash Course Economics itself said that they were finished with “textbook economics” weeks ago, and the episodes are now delving into more sociological/behavioral economics subjects, which relate to economics, and are probably worthy of criticism in their own right. But since we’ve covered the basic economics principles already, and economics is just following those principles to their logical conclusions, I think the Crash Course Criticism readers are very well-equipped to analyze the Crash Course videos on their own.
The purpose of this blog is to analyze how Crash Course explains economics to their very large audience of mostly young people. I think we did a good job of that; we took Crash Course’s own arguments to their logical conclusions and showed what kind of predispositions to the different schools of economic thought that the Crash Course writers showed in their work.
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