Economics of House of Cards

One of my favorite shows to help me reconsider and rethink about white privilege, politics, power, knowledge, and all things humorous in life is House of Cards starring the big homie Kevin Spacey. In the show, Frank Underwood played by Kevin Spacey does all he can to exhort his power over his colleagues in Congress, his state constituents, his wife, his mistress, and even a dog in one scene.

Well in this series on the Youtube channel EconPop, the host walks us through how Public Choice theory can be used to understand and interrogate the series House of Cards

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