The Deficit Myth is an excellent piece of economic rhetoric. Like Capital, it uses more accounting than it does theoretical economics, and it is concerned with end-results, not theoretical equilibriums.
It’s a little repetitive, returning often to the idea that ‘Uncle Sam can’t go broke’ and that the federal budget isn’t like a household budget.
I’m mostly sold on MMT! There are really important details - like the real thinking about inflation, the connection between federal and state budgets, and the thinking around non-currency sovereigns - that I’d like to know more about. I’ll keep looking for more about MMT.