Post--War Inflation

Kennedy, E. D.
September 1942
New Republic;9/28/42, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p375
Discusses the problem of post-war inflation in the U.S. Prediction that the American public will come out of the Second World War with more money than it has ever before possessed; Opinion that consumer will undoubtedly pay for the war; Explanation of the impact of the First World War on economic prosperity of the nation; Possibility that the Treasury will have to spend as much as $200,000,000,000 before the war is over; Restraint by the administration on the ability of the public to spend its money.


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