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It is extremely difficult for our contemporaries to conceive of the conditions of free banking because they take government interference with banking for granted and as necessary. Human Action p. 444; p. 447 Banking
There was no reason whatever to abandon the principle of free enterprise in the field of banking. Human Action p. 440; p. 443 Banking
What is needed to prevent any further credit expansion is to place the banking business under the general rules of commercial and civil laws compelling every individual and firm to fulfill all obligations in full compliance with the terms of the contract. Human Action p. 440; p. 443 Banking
Imprudent granting of credit is bound to prove just as ruinous to a bank as to any other merchant. Theory of Money and Credit, The p. 295 Banking