The Saker The Saker: A default is a default. There is little such insurance here, but bondholders can then move to seize government property abroad.
His response chilled them.
Though "Secrets of the Temple" was written 30 years ago, there are many familiar strokes in these odd pages. After all, it was this period which was to see the Democratic Party moving away from its former position as the party of ideals which had a vision for the future.
A harmony of ignorance of monetary matters and embarrassment at inflation which caused the weakening of the U. Every important aspect of the legislation—repealing usury laws, authorizing interest on checking accounts, abolishing rate ceilings—involved the same exchange.
The Democratic Party was abandoning the egalitarian agenda that it had embraced for nearly fifty years. The Democrats were offering redress to those who had been hurt most, the owners of financial wealth, large or small, whose assets were eroded by nearly fifteen years of price inflation.
What Democrats had begun reluctantly, a new Republican Administration would continue with relish.
While low unemployment had been a focus of the Keynesian model for, low unemployment meant more purchasing power it could not accommodate or make sense of high unemployment coupled with inflation.
As a result, unless the nation found itself in a war, it was difficult to increase taxes. This left only the decrease in public expenditures. Instead, what mattered was money, growth, sheer transaction, abstract exchange. After all, it seemed that any emphasis on social responsibility involved falling back on track to rampant inflation.
Under such a program things like unemployment not only did not necessarily hurt, but helped increase nominal GDP in many cases—after all, a surplus of labor would force wages down Yet, from here on, things begin to sound very familiar— "When these bankers urged the Fed to tighten its money control, to tolerate high rates and recession, and, above all, to ignore the inevitable "political" complaints from other interests, they were in fact arguing for the policy that would enhance their own profits.
Surely, we can all agree that assuming a bracketed stance towards politics and society is at best naive, and at worst, deliberately masks manipulation Contrary to the disinterested posture of the Fed, it usually found no reason to get tough with banks unless a "general political climate" would support such action—and getting tough usually amounted to no more than a shake of the finger.
Though many who pushed for a stable currency would evoke the image of the elderly saver whose savings had been diminished by rising runaway inflation, it was relatively easy to find a holder of a large accumulation of wealth behind this image who was perturbed by lesser returns on their financial assets.
Or, as Greider says, "Their loss amounted to this: Not to mention Congress usually had no idea what the Fed was actually trying to accomplish, especially under the Regan Administration who seemed to want two fundamentally irreconcilable things at once—tighter money and faster economic growth Clearly, such an administration was a little confused as to what it really wanted in real terms And of course, we could always count on Congress to retreat from the showman-style confrontation with the Fed after a cycle of "bad times" had come to an end.
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