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CSPAN
Jul 5, 2014 7:45pm EDT
place not just in the last few years but during the presidencies of both george bush and barack obama and both administrations were weak dollar administration so was definitely this polarization has coincided with the weakening of money. basically when money is weekend there's a sense of increasing unfairness that the system is rigged, that they are being defrauded. people on fixed incomes on salaries see their money-losing value while other people are reaping what looked like artificially and unfair windfall gain. the link between effort and award is severed and that is why unstable currency you get more corruption and crime. and number of studies have found that inflation actually has a stronger connection, actually a stronger connection to crime than joblessness. crime rates in fact in the u.s. dropped immediately after the financial crisis when there was a serious deflation and it began to move up in 2010 during quantitative easing which is an interesting thing that we see in the book. these are just a few highlights from the chapter. both left and right agree that this is the per
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2014 11:00pm EDT
few years but during the presidency of george bush and barack obama and both administrations were weak dollars in the administration. they've coincided with the weakening of the money. basically when the money is weak there is a sense of increasing unfairness of the system is rigged and that you are being defrauded. people on fixed income salaries either money-losing value while other people are reading what look like. they have a stronger connection can actually a stronger connection to crimes than joblessness. the crime rate in the u.s. dropped immediately after the financial crisis when there was a serious deflation but they began to move up and 2010 the quantity that easing which is an interesting thing that we say in the book. both the left and right agree this is a period of the malays but we hope that the book helps to put aside some of th the finger-pointing that has been taking place in recent years and helped them recognize the role of the dollar as the catalyst into the corporate. thank you. [applause] so, we now come to the q-and-a as brad said if you could come up to
CSPAN
Aug 20, 2014 4:11am EDT
has taken place not just in the last few years, but during the presidencies of both george bushes barack obama and both administrations were weak dollar administrations. so there was definitely -- if the polarization is coincided with the weakening of money. basically when money is weak and there is a sense of increasing unfairness that the system is rigged and that you are being defrauded. people fixed income salaries see their money losing value while other people are reading what look like artificially and unfair gain and the link between the effort and the reward is severed and that's why in economies with unstable currency gets more corruption and crime and a number of studies have found that inflation has a stronger connection to actually a stronger connection to crime and joblessness. the crime rates in fact in the u.s. dropped immediately after the financial crisis when there was a serious deflation but they began to move up in 2010 during the quantitative easing which is sort of interesting thing that we say in the book and these are just a few highlights from the chapter
CSPAN
Aug 20, 2014 1:09am EDT
180 years of existence from george washington and alexander hamilton until nixon blew it up and 71 with the applause of the most economists and so-called experts. apropos of complaint on gasoline, just go back 13 years, 12 years before we went off the rails again big time instead
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