Well, it's back now, and as incoherent as ever. If you were looking for an example of the virtues of hard money, you'd be hard-pressed to pick a worse example than Poland. It shows that monetary stimulus works, and that more monetary stimulus works better.
They don't realize it, but liquidationists make the best case for bold action and Rooseveltian resolve.
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