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How Wilson and the Fed Extended the Great War

November 4, 2014 in Economics

By Ryan McMaken

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Mises Daily Tuesday by Brendan Brown:

With European powers broke and economically ailing by 1916, World War One would have ended much sooner had the Federal Reserve and its cronies not stepped in to help England and France keep the bloodshed going. Meanwhile, US economic intervention led to a huge post-war bust in America.

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