Allan H. Meltzer's critically acclaimed history of the Federal Reserve is the most ambitious, most intensive, and most revealing investigation of the subject ever conducted. Its first volume, published to widespread critical acclaim, spanned the period from the institution's founding in 1913 to the restoration of its independence in 1951. Book 1 of the two-part second volume chronicles the evolution and development of the Federal Reserve from the Federal Reserve Accord in 1951 to the first phase of the Great Inflation in the 1960s, revealing the inner workings of the Fed during a period of rapid and extensive change. Book 2 chronicles the evolution and development of the Federal Reserve from the Nixon administration to the mid-1980s, when the Great Inflation ended.
Allan H. Meltzer is the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy at Carnegie Mellon University and a distinguished visiting fellow of the Hoover Institution.
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