Monthly Archives: August 2003

Lessons From the U.S. Past on Monetary Policy | Financial Times | 08.07.03

Sir: Bill O’Rahilly (“ Goodbye, yellow brick road”, August 5) makes several mistakes about US economic history in the McKinley-Bryan period and its meaning for today. He suggests that the issue of the time was deflation and stagnation (McKinley and the gold standard) versus easy money and renewed growth (Bryan and free silver). This was […]
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