World War II did not end the Great Depression

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March 29, 2011
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Art Carden  
Posted in Commentary

"The current economic climate has a lot of people talking about the Great Depression. In particular, it has been said by people of divergent political views (George Will and Paul Krugman, for example) that World War II ended the decade-long economic nightmare. Examining this claim is worthwhile because it has implications for whether government intervention generally — and in connection with war specifically — are good for the economy." (03/29/11)

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