Austrian economists have claimed that the government printing lots of money leads to inflation. Why, then, was inflation low, even when the U.S. government was printing and spending lots of money? According to the Z Man, the reason was that the American dollar was a predominant currency throughout the world and global growth was high. Such a situation may come to an end, unfortunately.
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