How Credit-Money Shapes the Economy: The United States in a Global System

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3.1The Profit-Interest Relationship in the Growth Cycle48
4.1Money-Supply Volatility During the "Free Banking" Era69
4.2Dual Banking in the United States, 1860-191475
5.1Size Distribution of U.S. Banks96
5.2The Inflationary Bias of the Postwar Regime--the Boom
of 1948-1968
100
5.3Deficit Spending and Monetization of the Public Debt102
5.4The Balance of Payments of the United States, 1946-1961104
5.5Size and Growth of U.S. Financial Institutions, 1950-1989106
5.6Corporate Debt and Depreciation Allowances in U.S. Industry110
5.7Consumer Debt Among U.S. Households112
5.8Budget Deficits and Public Debt Monetization113
5.9Borrowing by U.S. Commercial Banks114
6.1The Profit-Investment Dynamic of Stagnation121
6.2The Demand-Pull Inflation of the Late 1960s122
6.3The Stagflation Dynamics of the 1970s127
6.4Capacity Utilization Rates in U.S. Industry135
7.1 U.S. Policy Reflation and Dollar Devaluation, 1971-1973147
7.2The Credit Crunch of 1978-1979157
7.3Deposit and Borrowed Liabilities of U.S. Commercial Banks159

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