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The New Great Depression by James Rickards

Title The New Great Depression
Author James Rickards
Publisher Penguin
Release 2021-01-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 210
ISBN 0593330277
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Wall Street Journal and National Bestseller! The man who predicted the worst economic crisis in US history shows you how to survive it. The current crisis is not like 2008 or even 1929. The New Depression that has emerged from the COVID pandemic is the worst economic crisis in U.S. history. Most fired employees will remain redundant. Bankruptcies will be common, and banks will buckle under the weight of bad debts. Deflation, debt, and demography will wreck any chance of recovery, and social disorder will follow closely on the heels of market chaos. The happy talk from Wall Street and the White House is an illusion. The worst is yet to come. But for knowledgeable investors, all hope is not lost. In The New Great Depression, James Rickards, New York Times bestselling author of Aftermath and The New Case for Gold, pulls back the curtain to reveal the true risks to our financial system and what savvy investors can do to survive -- even prosper -- during a time of unrivaled turbulence. Drawing on historical case studies, monetary theory, and behind-the-scenes access to the halls of power, Rickards shines a clarifying light on the events taking place, so investors understand what's really happening and what they can do about it. A must-read for any fans of Rickards and for investors everywhere who want to understand how to preserve their wealth during the worst economic crisis in US history.

The New Great Depression by James Rickards

Title The New Great Depression
Author James Rickards
Publisher Penguin
Release 2021-01-12
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 208
ISBN 0593330285
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A Wall Street Journal and National Bestseller! The man who predicted the worst economic crisis in US history shows you how to survive it. The current crisis is not like 2008 or even 1929. The New Depression that has emerged from the COVID pandemic is the worst economic crisis in U.S. history. Most fired employees will remain redundant. Bankruptcies will be common, and banks will buckle under the weight of bad debts. Deflation, debt, and demography will wreck any chance of recovery, and social disorder will follow closely on the heels of market chaos. The happy talk from Wall Street and the White House is an illusion. The worst is yet to come. But for knowledgeable investors, all hope is not lost. In The New Great Depression, James Rickards, New York Times bestselling author of Aftermath and The New Case for Gold, pulls back the curtain to reveal the true risks to our financial system and what savvy investors can do to survive -- even prosper -- during a time of unrivaled turbulence. Drawing on historical case studies, monetary theory, and behind-the-scenes access to the halls of power, Rickards shines a clarifying light on the events taking place, so investors understand what's really happening and what they can do about it. A must-read for any fans of Rickards and for investors everywhere who want to understand how to preserve their wealth during the worst economic crisis in US history.

Title Summary of James Rickards s The New Great Depression
Author Milkyway Media
Publisher Milkyway Media
Release 2021-05-07
Category Study Aids
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Buy now to get the key takeaways from James Rickards's The New Great Depression. Sample Key Takeaways: 1) SARS-CoV-2 is a deadly virus more commonly known as coronavirus. The resulting disease from the virus is called Covid-19. Some infections produce no symptoms at all, while others cause lung inflammation, which leads to difficulty breathing and a myriad of other potential symptoms and complications. 2) The pandemic began in Wuhan, China. Like all pandemics, the number of infections began slowly but grew exponentially. By May 2020, the American Enterprise Institute estimated the number of Covid-19 cases in China was 2.9 million. The official figures reported by China are drastically lower, but almost certainly undercounted.

The Forgotten Man by Amity Shlaes

Title The Forgotten Man
Author Amity Shlaes
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2009-10-13
Category History
Total Pages 512
ISBN 0061807214
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In The Forgotten Man, Amity Shlaes, one of the nation's most-respected economic commentators, offers a striking reinterpretation of the Great Depression. She traces the mounting agony of the New Dealers and the moving stories of individual citizens who through their brave perseverance helped establish the steadfast character we recognize as American today.

Title The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal
Author Robert Murphy
Publisher Regnery Publishing
Release 2009-03-31
Category History
Total Pages 210
ISBN 1596980966
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Provides irrefutable evidence that not only did government interference with the market cause the Great Depression (and our current economic collapse), but Herbert Hoover's and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's big government policies afterwards made it much longer and much worse.--From publisher description.

Bank Austria Creditanstalt by Oliver Rathkolb

Title Bank Austria Creditanstalt
Author Oliver Rathkolb
Publisher
Release 2005
Category Bank Austria Creditanstalt
Total Pages 519
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Great Depression and the New Deal by Robert F. Himmelberg

Title The Great Depression and the New Deal
Author Robert F. Himmelberg
Publisher Greenwood
Release 2001
Category History
Total Pages 184
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Relates the history of the Great Depression, describes the New Deal policies Roosevelt instituted to mitigate the poverty, and offers a chronology of events from the election of Herbert Hoover in 1928 to the U.S. entrance into World War II in 1941.

FDR s Folly by Jim Powell

Title FDR s Folly
Author Jim Powell
Publisher Crown
Release 2007-12-18
Category History
Total Pages 352
ISBN 030742071X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Great Depression and the New Deal. For generations, the collective American consciousness has believed that the former ruined the country and the latter saved it. Endless praise has been heaped upon President Franklin Delano Roosevelt for masterfully reining in the Depression’s destructive effects and propping up the country on his New Deal platform. In fact, FDR has achieved mythical status in American history and is considered to be, along with Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln, one of the greatest presidents of all time. But would the Great Depression have been so catastrophic had the New Deal never been implemented? In FDR’s Folly, historian Jim Powell argues that it was in fact the New Deal itself, with its shortsighted programs, that deepened the Great Depression, swelled the federal government, and prevented the country from turning around quickly. You’ll discover in alarming detail how FDR’s federal programs hurt America more than helped it, with effects we still feel today, including: • How Social Security actually increased unemployment • How higher taxes undermined good businesses • How new labor laws threw people out of work • And much more This groundbreaking book pulls back the shroud of awe and the cloak of time enveloping FDR to prove convincingly how flawed his economic policies actually were, despite his good intentions and the astounding intellect of his circle of advisers. In today’s turbulent domestic and global environment, eerily similar to that of the 1930s, it’s more important than ever before to uncover and understand the truth of our history, lest we be doomed to repeat it.

Title Th Great Depression the New Deal
Author Carole Marsh
Publisher Gallopade International
Release 2005-01-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 28
ISBN 9780635026927
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For nearly ten years, the wealth and prosperity of the "roaring '20s" had electrified America. The Stock Market was making people richer by the day. But in three fateful days in October 1929, all of that wealth vanished, and prosperity turned to poverty. The Great Depression had begun, and with it came record levels of unemployment, job loss, and despair. Then, just when all hope seemed lost, a presidential candidate promised "a new deal for the American people." That man was Franklin D. Roosevelt, and this is the story of the Great Depression and how the New Deal saved the United States. In this book, kids will wander the streets of the largest cities and smallest towns with adults looking for any way to eke out a living. They'll ride creaky old wagons in the mass exodus out of the Dust Bowl that was once the Great Plains, and they'll wade through the "alphabet soup" of New Deal programs that President Roosevelt created - just in the nick of time! This 32-page book is reproducible and educational. A partial list of the Table of Contents include: A Timeline of Events "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime": The Great Depression & The New Deal Herbert Hoover The Great Stock Market Crash Banks Fail Franklin D. Roosevelt New Deal Tennessee Valley Authority Social Security Federal Communications Commission Securities and Exchange Commission Additional Resources Glossary And More This fun-fill activity book includes: Create the Front Page of a Newspaper Make Indian Pudding Do the Math Maze Chronological Order Matching Unscramble Words True or False And Much More!

Title Rethinking the Great Depression
Author Gene Smiley
Publisher Ivan R. Dee
Release 2002-07-15
Category History
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1615780157
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The worldwide Great Depression of the 1930s was the most traumatic event of the twentieth century. It ushered in substantial expansions in the role of governments around the world, focused attention on social insurance, and for a time bolstered socialist economic ideas as a form of cure. Skepticism about the effectiveness of government withered as the free market failed, and it seems safe to say that Keynesian economics would not have flourished if the depression had not occurred. While this severe contraction has been extensively examined, we are just now—thanks to increasingly sophisticated analytical techniques—beginning to comprehend its causes and the reasons for the extremely slow recovery that occurred in the United States. Much of this analysis, though, remains in specialized studies that are visited mainly by economists and economic historians. In Rethinking the Great Depression, Gene Smiley draws upon this recent scholarship to present a clear and nontechnical analysis for the general reader. He explains the roots of the depression in the 1920s, the efforts of the New Deal to combat the economic crisis, and the legacy of these efforts in World War II and the postwar years. He offers new insights and some surprising conclusions: that the causes of the Great Depression lay in the dislocations caused by World War I and the attempt to reconstitute an international gold standard in the 1920s; that the New Deal, regardless of its good intentions, adopted misguided fiscal and monetary policies that prolonged the depression in the United States beyond what it should have been; that World War II, rather than stimulating an end to the depression, actually postponed a full recovery until 1946.