Sergio Berensztein has discovered that public security, public services, etc. are superior in those parts of Argentina where the better class people lives, and concludes that it is the State that - through purposeful economic policies - creates those differences. In his words:
"El Estado es un aparato pro cíclico, que acentúa (lejos de mitigar) las diferencias de ingreso y riqueza."
The State, he says, is a pro-cyclical mechanism, that increases (instead of mitigating) income and wealth differences. His hypothesis is that by focusing and investing in native populations the Government will vanquish the dark forces that depress them, creating equal incomes and equal wealth all over eternally misgoverned Argentina.
If Obama's government would be really anti-cyclical, it would transfer the nation's resources to its weakest sectors. Or is it already doing so?
"Anti-cyclical", a PC concept new to me. Sounds so good.