Jim Grant Accepts Hayek Prize, Draws Lessons From 1921
Last week Jim Grant, editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, accepted the Manhattan Institute’s Hayek Book Prize for The Forgotten Depression: 1921, The Crash that Cured Itself, and he took the opportunity to explain his rationale for writing the book as well as his basic argument against seven-years and counting worth of monetary . . .
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