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Saying Nein to Inflation

Valerie Weber   As the Euro crisis draws on, many are criticizing Germany’s firm stance on low inflation and rigid structural policy measures. Some argue that these non-negotiables are a by-product of their fear that history will repeat itself, as the country’s highest levels of inflation directly preceded and contributed to Hitler’s rise to power. Is inflation inherently bad in ...

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