Ben Bernanke is a self-described Great Depression buff, which is a good quality for his current line of work as chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Whether the Fed was primarily responsible for the severe and sustained economic contraction of the 1930s,a s asserted by economists Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz, or just bears partial responsibility, is still a subject of lively debate among economic historians almost 80 years after the fact.
Bernanke, for one, wasn’t...
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