The Inflation Crisis and How to Resolve It
by Henry Hazlitt

A useful book written in plain English. It almost makes inflation intelligible. I especially liked his attacks on those who write books about how to make money from a depression, crisis, holocaust, etc. and his sharp criticism of Hayek's recommendation for private currencies that are not convertible into gold.

Year Read: 1978


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