In Depression, War, and Cold War, economic historian and political economist Robert Higgs recasts our view of the relations between the federal government and the economy from the New Deal era to the end of the Cold War, presenting new evidence, new statistical analyses, and new interpretations of familiar data. The result is a strikingly altered panorama of recent U.S. history.

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