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The Fed's Inflation Is behind the Supply Chain Mess

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11/08/2021Ryan McMaken

The idea that supply chain problems are “driving inflation” gets the causation backward. It’s money supply inflation that’s causing the supply chain problems, not the other way around.

Original Article: "The Fed's Inflation Is behind the Supply Chain Mess​"

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The Fed's Inflation Is behind the Supply Chain Mess
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