Paul Krugman, the New York Times columnist, Nobel laureate and defensive linebacker for Team Hillary, is accusing the Sanders campaign of voodoo economics. He attacks an independent economic analysis of the Sanders agenda produced by economist Gerald Friedman. That questionable study shows incredibly high gains in jobs, employment and income.
Krugman fails to mention that Friedman is a declared Clinton supporter! 
That’s is either bad faith or bad journalism or both.
Good journalism and good economics requires an open debate about the key issue driving the Sanders revolt: Runaway Inequality
In 1970 a top 100 CEO earned $45 for every dollar earned by the average worker. That means if a worker could afford one car, a top 100 CEO could afford 45 cars.