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Garet Garrett

Garet Garrett (1878–1954) was an American journalist and author who was noted for his critiques of the New Deal and US involvement in the Second World War. See his books in the Mises Store.

The Driver

Audio/VideoDecember 30, 2014
Garet Garret's novel about Henry Galt, a Wall Street speculator turned entrepreneur. Download the complete audio book in a single zip file...

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Deficit Spending Is the Government's Perfect Weapon

Mises DailyNovember 5, 2014
A perpetual and unlimited debt brings the cheapening of money and then inflation, whereby the middle class is economically murdered in its sleep.

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Keynes and the Ruling Class

Mises DailyOctober 20, 2011
The Treasury needed someone who could clothe the bareness of financial heresy with a plausible nontransparent drapery. Mr. Keynes was taken into the British Treasury as its principal adviser, seated on the board of the Bank of England, and elevated to the peerage as Baron Keynes of Tilton.

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Bimetallic Nightmare

Audio/VideoFebruary 19, 2010
Congress decreed that gold and silver dollars should be interchangeable and put upon the Treasury a mandate to keep them equal in value. How? By what magic? Why, by the magic of a phrase, writes Garet Garrett (1878–1954). This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Jeff Riggenbach...

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Bimetallic Nightmare

Mises DailyFebruary 19, 2010
"Naïve trust in the power of words to command reality is found in all mass delusions."...

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