No Image Available

Great Myths of the Great Depression

 Author: Lawrence W. Reed  Category: Member Books  Published: 2008  File Size: 1.4 MB  Download
 Description:

Students today are often given a skewed account of the Great Depression of 1921-1941 that condemns free-market capitalism as the cause of, and promotes government intervention as the solution to, the economic hardships of the era. In this essay based on a popular lecture, Foundation for Economic Education President Lawrence W. Reed debunks this conventional view and traces the central role that poor government policy played in fostering this legendary catastrophe.


Other Books From - Member Books




Other Books By - Lawrence W. Reed


No Books Available!


 Back

Featured Product

Join Us

Donate

Get in touch

Collaboratively harness market-driven processes whereas resource-leveling internal or "organic" sources. Competently formulate.