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Monetary Cranks

  • David Clark
Part of the The New Palgrave book series (NPA)


The history of ideas tends to concentrate on the successful ideas — ideas which appear to have been precursors of the orthodoxy of the day. As a result, ideas which had large folio wings but which are later considered ‘cranky’ tend to be ignored. This is especially true of the ideas of those who we can loosely call the monetary cranks.


Credit Expansion Monetary Theory Weimar Republic American Coloni Monetary Reform 
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