U.S. Needs Strong Central Bank on Hamiltonian Model

As the country's first secretary of Treasury, Alexander Hamilton pointed out: "Credit, public and private, is of the greatest consequence, the invigorating principle, an entire thing. Every part has the nicest sympathy with every other part. Wound one limb and the whole tree shrinks and decays."

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