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Thomas E. Hall is a Professor of Economics at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he teaches classes on macroeconomics, business cycles, and the Great Depression. He received his BA from the University of Colorado, and his MA and PhD degrees from the University of California – Santa Barbara. He has written several articles in applied macroeconomics, and authored Business Cycles: The Nature and Causes of Economic Fluctuations; The Great Depression: An International Disaster of Perverse Economic Policies (with J.D. Ferguson); The Rotten Fruits of Economic Controls and the Rise From the Ashes, 1965-1989.
Very good book it explains why good intentions do not equal good results.Published 20 days ago by Brian J Willett
The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. Here are examples of monkeying with people's lives because our legislators believe they know best how to run everyone's life.Published 5 months ago by ensignp
I completely agree with the points made by the author, but as far as the book itself it didn't tell me anything I didn't already know before. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joseph Byrd
This book illustrates why our founders tried to warn us about big liberal government.Published 9 months ago by jaco7