The Trumpian Myth Of Global Grand Theft, Part 3

Keynesian monetary central planning had its economics upside down. It sought to inflate domestic prices, wages and costs at +2% per year (or more if correctly measured) in a world teeming with cheap labor, whereas a regime of honest money would have generated deflationary adjustments designed to keep American industry competitive. Likewise, its rampant money-printing […]
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