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This entry was written by Mark Blyth on Monday, May 11th, 2015 at 5:42 pm and is filed under Uncategorized.
Just curious why you made a bigger deal concerning the Ritschl line about war credits becoming senior to commercial credits (the Young Plan replacing the Dawes Plan 1929-30)
in the interview than in your Austerity book (buried in an endnote) as the reason for the German economy being starved of cash and encouraging its Ricardian response (the couple sentences in the book made me biased towards US monetary policy).
Your bungling of the late Weimar assassin’s (turn of the 30s coalitions; you got it right in the book) left me in greater confusion as to the previous question. Help an ignorant soul.
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