A Program for Monetary Stability

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Fordham University Press, 1960 - Business & Economics - 110 pages
"[T]he only really sure way to beat inflation is to cut off inflation at the root. . . Milton Friedman [presents his strategy against] inflation in his penetrating . . . book . . . This is controversial stuff, and Professor Friedman . . . doesn't blanch at what he feels is his call of duty. And many a banker will just see red . . . [This book] can be recommended for a good look at the real roots of inflation--the look that thus far has not been widespread enough, among enough people."--The Wall Street Journal

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Milton Friedman was an American economist who received the 1976 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his research on consumption analysis, monetary history and theory, and the complexity of stabilization policy.

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