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“President Roosevelt’s second offensive against the depression has been launched in the form of an amendment to the farm bill. This amendment provides a manner in which the credit of the country will be expanded. Expansion of credit is expected to lead to increased business activity. Other features are expected to lead to what is know as “inflation” or “reflation.”” Read more.

“Roosevelt’s Inflation Program in a Nutshell”
The Pittsburgh Press, April 21, 1933.

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