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Robert Higgs/Regime Uncertainty/WWII and the Great Depression

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Jeff Peterson II posted on Sat, Sep 15 2012 1:51 PM
So I read Higgs Regime Uncertainty on the Great Depression and was reading that as the war started the New Dealers were being phased out as w ed focused on the war and businesses gained confidence while regulations were repealed. Just curious, anyone know what specific regulations they were. The article didnt really say. Thanks.
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