Historian Adam Fergusson on Weimar inflation and more

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In the latest GoldMoney interview, the historian Adam Fergusson, author of the definitive account of the Weimar inflation, “When Money Dies,” discusses with GoldMoney founder James Turk how inflation destroyed the German economy, corrupted German society in the 1920s, and how that experience may relate to the inflationary solution for governments today. The interview is 35 minutes long.

Source: GoldMoney (via YouTube), October 30, 2011.

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