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Nathan Lewis was formerly the chief international economist of a firm that provided investment research for institutions. He now works for an asset management company based in New York. Lewis has written for the Financial Times, Asian Wall Street Journal, Japan Times, Pravda, and other publications. He has appeared on financial television in the United States, Japan, and the Middle East.
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06/18/2017>The “Gold Sterilization” of 1937
06/15/2017>Don’t Fear The Robots, Fear Low Savings And Investment
06/08/2017>Thoughts on the Liberal Arts Program in Economics and History
06/06/2017>the Final Standard
05/29/2017>Automatic Adjustments Via Gold Conversion
05/21/2017>The Fed’s 1932 Bond-Buying Experiment
05/14/2017>More on the Depression of 1921
05/07/2017>The Process of Urban Change
05/07/2017>Our Three Monetary Futures — Haven’t Changed Much Since 1944
04/30/2017>The Liberal Arts Program in Political Economy and History
04/26/2017>What Is A “Legal Tender Law”? And, Is It A Problem?
04/21/2017>Lewis Lehrman’s Very French Gold Standard System
04/18/2017>What A Gold Standard Really Was, And Could Be
04/18/2017>What Is So Great About “Stable Money”?
04/18/2017>The Story of Gold Money, Past, Present and Future, by Edwin Wa...
04/07/2017>hat Are Our Stable Money Alternatives?
04/02/2017>A Survey
03/26/2017>The Dramatic Peak in 1980
03/19/2017>he Value of Gold Since 1971
03/17/2017>s A “Strong Dollar” Good Or Bad?
03/08/2017>Something New For A 21st Century Gold Standard
03/05/2017>loating Currencies of the Classical Gold Standard Era, 1850-1914
02/25/2017>he 1910 Senate Monetary Commission
02/23/2017>ames Grant Explains How A Crash In 1921 “Cured Itself” — With ...
02/19/2017>Prices” and Value
02/12/2017>old Ratio, 1500-2011
02/08/2017>ewis Lehrman’s Very French Gold Standard System
02/02/2017>ree Trade And Floating Currencies Don’t Play Well Together
01/29/2017>The Triumph of Gold (1952), by Charles Rist, #2
01/22/2017>Printing Money Without Consequences
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