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Monday, March 19, 2012

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Max Kennerly

I did my senior undergraduate paper on the formation of the Fed. Funny part is, if you had asked the Congress that passed it what the Fed was intended to do, they would have said it was literally meant to be a "reserve" of cash capable of injecting liquidity to prevent runs and crashes. It only gradually assumed the role advocated by Paul Warburg of deliberately controlling the money supply.

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