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Bloomberg - Depression Fear Mongers Obscure the True Concerns: Amity Shlaes

Bloomberg News: Bentley Professor of Economics Scott Sumner explains the effects of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff act in Depression Fear Mongers Obscure the True Concerns: Amity Shlaes. (July 7, 2010) Story also ran in Economic Times, OC Register, Bloomberg Businessweek, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Business Report, Gulf News, and Delaware Online.

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