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Victims of modernity

11 March 2011 By Martin Hutchinson

The British weavers who destroyed looms 200 years ago thought their unemployment was due to machinery. But there’s a case to be made that inflation, money supply expansion, budget deficits and trade barriers were to blame. Maybe we haven’t learned much in two centuries.

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