Iain Macwhirter has some interesting things to say about the economic crisis and one comment in particular gets to the heart of the matter ("A study in psychology of escaping economic gloom", The Herald, August 16).
The fact is that machines are indeed sitting idle and skilled workers are not utilising their skills. In other words, there is nothing wrong with our productive capacity, yet we are not able to produce. Our economic system is at fault.
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