The Republicans' Fatal Misreading of FDR -- and How It Would Worsen The Depression

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Author(s) Johann Hari
Source The Huffington Post
Date January 30, 2009
Quotes-start.png "how did the Great Depression end? It didn't stop with the conservative suggestion: slashed spending, slashed debt and slashed government activity. It ended with precisely the opposite: the vast fiscal stimulus of the Second World War. The government sent debt soaring to its highest levels in US history (until today) in order to spend more than ever before. It set up the longest boom in US history." Quotes-end.png
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