"The End Of Laissez-Faire" (Robert Kuttner)
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From the Paper:""Laissez-faire" is a French term which literally means to "leave alone." In economics, the phrase is used to indicate a situation in which government exercises little or no control or interference in the affairs of business. Republican administrations are, by tradition, strong proponents of a laissez-faire tradition; Democratic administrations traditionally favor more regulation. In his book, The End of Laissez-Faire, Robert Kuttner addresses the status of the laissez-faire movement in the economy today.
Kuttner uses the conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, held in 1944, as the focal point for his first chapter. It was at this conference that the foundation was laid for the next half century of global economics (25). Kuttner also uses this chapter to provide the reader with the historical background necessary to under ..."
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