Would Currency Inflation Help?

January 1933
New Republic;1/25/33, Vol. 73 Issue 947, p282
Focuses on proposals made by various U.S. Senators to control the economic depression. Aim of those who propose inflation of currency; Difference between inflation of currency and inflation of credit; Reason behind failure of inflation of credit during the depression; Information on the way through which inflated currency can be put in circulation; Conditions under which governmental spending of inflated currency can be dangerous.


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