After examining the suitability of gold as a basis for the monetary system of this country, the author concludes that a managed monetary system is more likely to bring about a satisfactory production, distribution, and utilization of the national income. The book is divided into five parts, treating the principal phases of monetary theory and practice, and concludes with a suggested program of management for this country.
Originally published in 1935.
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