U.S. national economic policy, 1917-1985

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"Rewarding is Campagna's broad-sweep analysis of US macroeconomic policy under the several political regimes since WW I, evaluating whether these policies were "justified," "successful," and "rational." Impressive historical scholarship brings alive the views and personalities of the times and provides immense detail concerning economic settings and problems of each period." Choice

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The Aftermath of War
The Convulsive 1920s
The Great Depression

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ANTHONY S. CAMPAGNA is Professor and Chair of Economics at the University of Vermont, where he specializes in macroeconomic theory and policy.

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