Publication Date: October 1985
Publisher: Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): David I. Fand
Research Area: Banking and finance
The U.S. must free itself from the addiction to fine tuning and crisis management and limit the quantity of flat money that can be printed. The country needs a monetary system that gives the public confidence in the future--especially that the Fed will not simply print money to cover burgeoning deficits. There is widespread agreement that the U.S. should pursue this goal, but it has not been translated into a general agreement on the appropriate monetary regime that should be constructed.
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