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Denationalisation of Money by F. A. Hayek

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Denationalisation of Money
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Publisher: Coronet Books
ISBN/ASIN: 0255362390
ISBN-13: 9780255362399
Number of pages: 148

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This is Friedrich von Hayek's groundbreaking work, first published in 1976. The author argues that the government monopoly of money must be abolished to stop recurring periods of inflation and deflation. Abolition is also the cure for the recurring waves of unemployment and depression attributed to 'capitalism'.

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