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Empire of Inflation
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Empire of Inflation
July 24, 2022

Transcript of Interview on The Left Lens with Danny Haiphong May 25th, 2022.

The Second Great Inflation 
July 11, 2022

Last month, President Biden rejected the argument that his administration’s policies had caused the runaway inflation now plaguing the economy. In general, holding a president accountable for economic setbacks is unfair. Inflation reflects an imbalance between supply and demand—excessively restricting the former or stimulating the latter will inevitably push prices higher—and it has many causes beyond the designs of any given president.

The Second Great Inflation 
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Biden is Right… Inflation Crisis Is Not Inevitable, So End the Reckless U.S.-Led Warmongering
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Biden is Right… Inflation Crisis Is Not Inevitable, So End the Reckless U.S.-Led Warmongering
July 8, 2022

Today we are witnessing the historic endgame playing out. The current war in Ukraine is but one malignant manifestation.

Zugzwang*
June 20, 2022

Europe’s future looks bleak. It is now pressed by its own imposition of sanctions, and the resultant spike in commodity prices. The EU is lumbering around in a daze.

Zugzwang*
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Inflation Growth Across G7
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Inflation Growth Across G7
June 3, 2022

In many countries, inflation levels are highest in decades with the war in Ukraine pushing up energy and food prices. However, this trend, especially in the United States, began long before the actual conflict erupted, as this chart shows.

Yes, It’s Biden’s Inflation
April 14, 2022

But the problem didn’t stop there. During the COVID-19 downturn, the Federal Reserve purchased some $4 trillion in assets, injecting liquidity into the economy in the mistaken belief that the problem was lack of demand, not lack of supply. This superheated the economy; as supply chains attenuated, prices rose dramatically.

Yes, It’s Biden’s Inflation
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