America's Great Depression
by Murray N. Rothbard
Publisher: Ludwig Von Mises Institute 2000
Number of pages: 409
Murray N. Rothbard's America's Great Depression is a staple of modern economic literature and crucial for understanding a pivotal event in American and world history. Since it first appeared in 1963, it has been the definitive treatment of the causes of the depression. The book remains canonical today because the debate is still very alive.
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