by Hugh Rockoff and Mark Wilson
An economist and economic historian argue that a well-planned response to the economic disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic could result in economic recoveries like those that followed the two World Wars.
Economic historians Caroline Fohlin and Gary Richardson discuss the nature of government support for employment to preserve World War II's economic gains.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Elizabeth Tandy Shermer
The failure to create a better social safety net has left us unprepared to deal with covid-19.
SOURCE: History Channel
June 24, 2019
by Erin Blakemore
The sweeping bill promised prosperity to veterans. So why didn’t black Americans benefit?
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