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The Decline of the American Republic

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The Decline of the American Republic
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Publisher: Mises Institute
ISBN/ASIN: B001BZPZFI
Number of pages: 224

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In 1955, John T. Flynn saw what few others journalist did: the welfare-warfare state conspired to bring down American liberty. The New Deal combined with World War Two had fastened leviathan control over a country born in liberty. This early analysis of the causes of the Great Depression and the failure of the New Deal also notes a point later demonstrated in detail by Robert Higgs: the economic boom of WW2 was false in every way, an artifice created by misleading government data and inflationary finance.

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