Pound wise

Mitchell, A.
September 1991
New Statesman & Society;9/20/91, Vol. 4 Issue 169, p16
Argues that devaluation is the only answer to Britain's economic problems. Determining what devaluation is necessary; Importance of having a competitive currency; Past successes of British devaluations; What the Labour party should do.


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