In 1928 there was not a shred of evidence that free market capitalism needed a hyper-active Fiscal and Monetary Nanny in Washington to stay on the straight and narrow of steady growth and rising prosperity. Indeed, aside from the sweeping financial disruption of the Great War, which was the work of politicians not capitalism, the […]
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