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Gold dawn

15 August 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

Fiat money has worked well in the 40 years since Richard Nixon ended the peg, but this latest recession must gnaw at believers. If years of ultra-cheap cash give rise to serious inflation or a dollar collapse, the gold standard, however erratic and deflationary, may appeal again.

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