SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Zachary Carter
Her calls for exploring the efficacy of targeted caps on prices was widely mocked in 2021. A year and a half later, are caps precipitated by the war in Ukraine proving her point?
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Meg Jacobs and Isabella M. Weber
The history of World War II price controls shows that it is possible to fight inflation without imposing recession, if controls are targeted and backed by concerted effort to win political support.
SOURCE: Boston Review
by Andrew Elrod
Democrats have not lost elections because of inflation, but because they have imagined austerity politics as the only solution to inflation.
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