Thursday, October 24, 2013

Two recent 1921 mentions...

James Pethokoukis is familiar with my work on the 1921 depression.

Tom Sowell, I'm assuming, is not (because clearly if he was there would be no lingering disagreement!).

1 comment:

  1. I wasn't aware that James Pethokoukis linked to your paper on the 1920-1921 depression, but I'm glad he did. He linked to a copy provided by Menghu, and although Menghu initially made it seem like he linked to the working paper version, I was gladly proven wrong.

    As for Thomas Sowell...I hate to say it, but you're a little behind on this one. (For understandable reasons, of course, like certain pressing matters in real life.)

    Rousseau1214 shared that piece by Thomas Sowell on his own blog, and I pointed out in the comments section that I had taken the time to refer to people who read Thomas Sowell's piece in the National Review to your 2011 article in the Review of Austrian Economics. Here's the link to my comment on his post:


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