Tag Archives: Allan Meltzer

Fragile by Design: Bubbles, Mania’s & Credit Cycles

Ten years ago, the U.S. entered a Great Depression.  A decade on, the depression still occupies a strange place in the American psyche. America suffered a cumulative loss of output equaling $4trillion.  By any measure, working stiff’s haven’t recovered.  Many … Continue reading

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What Is A Tory?

When Hayek wrote “Why I Am Not A Conservative“, he was referencing Tory leadership. This is often misunderstood by American liberals and conservatives.  Hayek implicitly knew that the American doctrine of natural rights possessed affinity with those mores needed for … Continue reading

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Economic Bastards

As time goes by, Dr. Allan Meltzer will be vindicated in his analysis of the great moral failure of the entire American political class’ handling of the ‘Great Recession’.  Dr. Meltzer had numerated his thought in several journals and lectures … Continue reading

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Tribute To Allan H. Meltzer

Ever since the death of Fredrick Hayek, Milton Friedman and Peter Drucker there remains only one person left capable of fulfilling the role those men carved out for a hardened intellectual, namely Allan H. Meltzer who currently resides at the … Continue reading

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The Federal Reserves Dual Mandate: Price Stability & Unemployment, A Prospectus

Marc Sumerlin is the current managing director of the Lindsay Group.  He served on President George W. Bush’s National Economic Council. Considered an authority on the Federal Reserve, he recently wrote criticizing the failure of the Federal Reserve to perform … Continue reading

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