WRONG: Nine Economic Policy Disasters and What We Can Learn from Them
Examines nine of the worst economic policy blunders of the last 250 years to explore why these policies were adopted and how they went so wrong. Topics covered include British Imperial policy in North America; Famine in Ireland; German Reparations for WWI; the Subprime Meltdown; and more.
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