Inflation Without End
AbstractThe U.S. economy has once again entered a recession which is accompanied by rampant inflation. The total output of goods and services, as measured by the Gross National Product (GNP), started to decline during the second quarter of this year. Prices, on the other hand, shot up at an annual rate of 10 percent during the same period. This behavior is typical of the recessions of the 1970s.
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