MMT is less prescriptive: It describes the way that money works in a way that an 8-year-old can grasp more readily than a PhD, which in itself is unnerving. “The contribution of MMT is not the discovery of new facts,” Galbraith says. “It’s a teaching core of things which are factually uncontroversial.” But its implications can be radically humane. What’s threatening to the establishment, Galbraith adds, “is that the narrative is very compelling.”
This solution is perhaps the only solution that will be able to bring all sides to the table to address such things as inequality, climate change, unemployment (including, future unemployment due to machines), and so on.
Source: The Rock-Star Appeal of Modern Monetary Theory | The Nation