I am sure Tucker has his by far more impressive sources but his narrative, a correct one, is awfully similar to what I preach for years and, especially so, in my latest book.
They have theories, but very little in terms of practical creation of value, which IS goods, ranging from ore, lumber and cement to food, refrigerators and cars. Look at who IS in charge--most of them are lawyers or white board economists or people directly from finances. This is a vast majority of the US political class and primarily white board academe. They literally do not know shit from shinola. And the situation gets worse, once one looks at the labor force and, especially, new generation, which soon will not be able to organize their own trip from their parents basement to the crapper on ground floor, least of all get on the manufacturing floor running CNC machining center or fixing a ship' diesel.