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No one is perfect

17 December 2019 By Edward Hadas

The U.S. central banker, who died on Dec. 8, supposedly broke the 1970s inflation with recession-inducing high interest rates. After 40 years of falling inflation worldwide, his contribution looks less certain. He also missed an early chance to criticise financial deregulation.

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