Economic Education Bulletin
Vol. IX, no. 4, May 1969
Many thoughtful citizens, concerned for the future of their children and grandchildren, are asking, Can our Republic survive? Such citizens have learned that inflation is the great destroyer of organ ized societies; and they know from the lessons of history, including events during their own lifetimes, that republics have been especially vulnerable to the destructive influences of inflation.
by The Editorial Staff
Compiled and Edited by James T. Gibbs