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The Policy Options

From Chapter 9 of The New Depression: The Breakdown Of The Paper Money Economy – Capitalism was an economic system in which the private sector

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Helicopter Money

A great deal can be learned about the government’s response to this crisis, as well as the mistaken policies that necessitated it, by analysing a

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China: Every Boom Busts

Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, every economic boom has been followed by an economic bust. The bigger the boom, the bigger the bust.

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A New Economic Paradigm

Since the 1980s, a culture of debt has arisen in the United States. That change was the consequence of a misguided trade policy that gave

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The Loose Cannon Credit Crisis

Starting in the 1970s, international credit flows began to destabilize the global economy. One country after another was plunged into crisis as dollar-denominated credit from

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ABANDONED PRINCIPLES

There should be no confusion as to the origins of the global economic crisis that began in 2008. This crisis was set in motion in

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BERNANKE’S CHOICE

For twelve years the US trade deficit financed the US budget deficit and held down US interest rates. From 1996 to 2008, the US trade

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