The Tragedy of the Euro
by Philipp Bagus
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute 2012
Number of pages: 198
With this book, Professor Bagus brings his scholarship to English readers, explaining the background to the idea of European unity and its heritage of sound money. He explains that the Euro is not what the older classical liberals had hoped for but instead is a politically managed money that is destined for failure.
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