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Myth-ing the point

17 November 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

The government summit blamed banks and poor regulation for recent financial turmoil. That conveniently overlooks governments’ sloppy monetary policies and meddling in housing finance. As the 1930s showed, incomplete explanations of disaster can lead to decades of bad policy.

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