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The Volcker school

30 November 2018 By Edward Chancellor

The former Fed chairman is famous for crushing inflation. His new memoir, “Keeping At It”, reveals the attributes that made him arguably America’s greatest central banker. His common sense, distrust of economic theory and personal integrity are valuable guides to his successors.

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