Peddling Panaceas: Popular Economists in the New Deal Era
by Gary Best
As the Great Depression dragged on without a recovery, Americans were avid for anything that would help them to understand its causes and possible solutions. During this period, orthodox economists were largely discredited, both in the White House and among the public. Three of the most popular and influential figures of the period--Edward A. Rumely, Stuart Chase, and Davi...more
Hardcover, 273 pages
Published June 9th 2005 by Transaction Publishers
(first published 2005)
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