Hey Professor Herbener!
Hope all has been well with you! Quick question. I’ve read a number of books on banking history from America’s founding to just about the end of WWII [A History of Money & Banking (Rothbard), Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression (Murphy), Meltdown (Woods), Creature from Jekyll Island (Griffin), Panic of 1819 (Rothbard), etc.], but I haven’t been able to find too many that detail the policies taken from after WWII to before the subprime crisis. Can you think of any?
I’m thinking that it might be harder to find books from 1970-before the subprime crisis due to the strict Fed audit regulations that were enacted at that time, but I’m hoping that my thinking is wrong!
Oh, and I’m also looking for a book that details tax policy from the 1770s to the present. Book recommendations on this topic would be appreciated as well.
As always thanks so much for your help!!