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The insight of this book is very thorough.
I've just recently finished reading Margaret MacMillan's "Paris, 1919," and while I enjoyed the book, I found her arguments against Keynes to be unconvincing.
Keynes' insightful criticism of the Paris Peace settlement are a must read for anyone interested in the Versailles settlement or interwar Europe.
Incredibly prescient. Keynes style is very good, convincing. An important perspective for every age.Published 8 days ago by Stephen B. Futch
keynesianism doesnt work.
look around you.
do you prosperity and peace?
Keynes did the world a favor by exposing the recklessness of the post WW-1 alliance that absolutely set Germany on the path of revenge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Morris Foutch
It was very far sighted book especially at the time it was written. I think history proved him wright.
Keynesian Heavy Vibes.
The market never had to be complicated.
But aces and BS artists made it so. Read more
Keynes’s Consequences of the Peace remains a classic and is probably the best book to read on the subject of German WWI reparations. Read morePublished 4 months ago by reader 451