The Money Muddle

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The Money Muddle

By James P. Warburg
Knopf, 1934
282 pp. $2.00

One of the best non-technical books on the money problem, with special reference to the United States. The author, who served as one of the advisers to the American delegation at the London Economic Conference, gives an account of the fluctuations in the monetary policy of the Roosevelt Administration, and makes some keen criticisms of methods and aims.

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