World Commodities and World Currency

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World Commodities and World Currency

By Benjamin Graham
McGraw-Hill, 1944
182 pp. $2.00

How can an expanding economy be provided which will be free from violent cyclical fluctuations? The author's answer in this clearly written book is an international currency based on reserves of staple commodities, including gold. The reader, whether or not he agrees, will profit by Mr. Graham's competent and stimulating analysis of world economics.

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