Sorry, rightly so, no neoliberalism on the menu.
Mankiw also noted that:
Despite the enormity of recent events, the principles of economics are largely unchanged. Students still need to learn about the gains from trade, supply and demand, the efficiency properties of market outcomes, and so on. These topics will remain the bread-and-butter of introductory courses.Which brings me to wonder after reading some protectionist pundits' and faux economists' remarks on recent neolib hullabaloos: what did they learn from their introductory course --if they ever had taken it?