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Was the so-called “monetarist experiment” ever tried?

Jim Glass left this response to my (italicized) claim: 1. The Fed said it would start targeting the money supply, but it did not do so …. 1979-82 told us essentially nothing about the long run effect of money supply targeting. It wasn’t even tried. I don’t understand you here. Certainly money supply targeting wasn’t tried […]
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