The Road Not Taken

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The 1930’s were marked by intellectual trauma as well as by economic hardship.  What had caused the apparent catastrophic crash of “capitalism”—collapse of equity, vanishing demand, and vast unemployment?  The desire to diagnose the cause and prescribe a remedy created many ideas and movements.  Some achieved success . . .

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