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Reports from the Institute for Supply Management suggest continued economic expansion with elevated levels of concern over rising tariffs and shortages of labor.
Should these threatened tariffs come to pass, it will be hard to argue that we have seen a more anti-business U.S. President, from either party, in recent memory.
Phillip W. Magness
Far from fighting to supplant a prevailing ideology for our age, “neoliberalism’s” critics appear to be battling a phantasm of their own imagining.
James L. Caton
Money creation was far from excessive in the 1920s. More significant factors leading to the Great Depression include the monetary contraction that began in 1929 and the French repatriation of gold that started in 1927.
Alexander W. Salter
The problem with constrained discretion is that it leaves up to central bankers the decision when to switch from rule-like behavior to discretionary behavior.
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