Over at Coordination Problem, Steve Horwitz discusses his exchange with Gauti Eggertsson in regards to Eggertsson's claim that Roosevelt's policies led the U.S. out of the Great Depression. Horwitz disagrees with this view of history. It is an interesting exchange and well worth the read. Below, I provide links to the original article and the subsequent replies. "Great Expectations and the End of the Depression" - Gauti Eggertsson, AER "Great Apprehensions, Prolonged Depression: Gauti Eggertsson on the 1930s" - Steve Horwitz, EJW "A Reply to Steven Horwitz's Commentary on 'Great Expectations and the End of the Depression'" - Gauti Eggertsson, EJW "Unfortunately Unfamiliar with Robert Higgs and Others: A Rejoinder to Gauti Eggertson on the 1930s" - Steve Hortwitz, EJW Image by posterize / FreeDigitalPhotos.net.