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Monetary Policy

All monetary policies encounter the difficulty that the effects of any measures taken . . . can neither be foreseen in advance, nor their nature and magnitude be determined even after they have already occurred.The Theory of Money and Creditp. 271Monetary Policy
All present-day governments are fanatically committed to an easy money policy.Human Actionp. 570; p. 572Monetary Policy
The interests of the capitalists are scarcely ever represented in monetary policy.The Theory of Money and Creditp. 414Monetary Policy
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