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The Fed’s monetary policy, except for very brief periods in 1929 and 1936–1937, was consistently and unremittingly inflationist in the 1920s and 1930s.
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Contrary to popular thinking, the velocity of money does not have a life of its own.
The prohibitionist impulse is widespread among politicians, whether it involves alcohol, drugs, sugar or meat.
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The gold standard, if not abused, is not conducive to boom-bust cycles.
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Neither the Fed nor the government can grow the economy. They can only redistribute real wealth.
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