Age of Inflation
Age of Inflation is an enlightening and sobering analysis of the
history and theory of inflation in the twentieth century. Written from
the perspective of the Austrian School, the Book Recounts the German experience
with inflation and price controls from World War I to the end of World
War II. It deftly exposes the errors of the monetarists and their faith
in political money, and examines the policies and consequences of the
Federal Reserve System, offering recommendations for restoring a sound
monetary system. Age of Inflation, which is also available in Spanish
(Tiempos De Inflación, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is an invaluable
aid to students of economics who seek to understand one of the great evils
of our time.
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