I expected a diatribe and that is what I got, but even the there are so many unsubstantiated opinions that leaves one asking why not back up your arguments better. One recollection I have is a sentence that the European ministers increased interest rates because of an unfounded fear of inflation. Well these are smart people too. Why were they fearful? What signals were they misreading?
Also fundamentally this whole book comes down to thinking that World War II is a model for everything, and how do we know that this applies today?
Finally the reading was waaaaaayyyyyy too slow and boring and drawn out.
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