Quote of the Week

In the past, periods of monetary disturbances have always been periods of great progress in this branch of economics. The Italy of the sixteenth century has been called the country of the worst money and the best monetary theory.

— Friedrich Hayek, Prices & Production and Other Works (Auburn: Mises Institute, 2008), p. 198.

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