History of the Gold Standard
Coming up next, a discussion on the history of the gold standard. Three panelists-including author Lewis Lehrman-debate the origins,… read more
Coming up next, a discussion on the history of the gold standard. Three panelists-including author Lewis Lehrman-debate the origins, benefits, and drawbacks of the system. They also discuss why the U.S. left the gold standard, and the arguments for reinstating it.
The New York Historical Society hosted this event and it’s just over an hour. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Edward Chancellor Team Member GMO->Asset Allocation
- James Grant Founder and Editor Grant’s Interest Rate Observer
- Dale Gregory Vice President New York Historical Society->Public Programs
- Lewis E. Lehrman Senior Partner L.E. Lehrman & Co.
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