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The Industrial-Financial Business Cycle and the Great Depression

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"Since 1825, the first rule in a financial crisis has been for the government to rescue the banking system - to try to prevent or moderate or offset the collapse of risk tolerance," DeLong says. "And it was this rule that was broken in the Great Depression. And that is why the Great Depression was so great."
SOURCE:   Brad DeLong