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❰Reading❯ ➶ An Extraordinary Time Author Marc Levinson – Wearedating.co.uk The decades after World War II were a golden age across much of the world It was a time of economic miracles an era when steady jobs were easy to find and families could see their living standards imp❰Reading❯ ➶ An Extraordinary Time Author Marc Levinson – Wearedating.co.uk The decades after World War II were a golden age across much of the world It was a time of economic miracles an era when steady jobs were easy to find and families could see their living standards imp The decades after World War II were a golden age across much of the world It was a time of economic miracles an era when steady jobs were easy to find and families could see their living standards improving year after year And then around the good times vanished The world economy slumped badly then settled into the slow erratic growth that had been the norm before the war The result was an era of anx.

Iety uncertainty and political extremism that we are still grappling with today In An Extraordinary Time An Extraordinary ePUB ì acclaimed economic historian Marc Levinson describes how the end of the postwar boom reverberated throughout the global economy bringing energy shortages financial crises soaring unemployment and a gnawing sense of insecurity Politicians suddenly unable to deliver the prosperity of years past railed haplessly against currency speculators oil sheikhs and other forces they could not control From Sweden to Southern California citizens grew suspicious of their newly ineffective governments and rebelled against the high taxes needed to support social welfar.

extraordinary kindle time kindle An Extraordinary kindle An Extraordinary Time PDFIety uncertainty and political extremism that we are still grappling with today In An Extraordinary Time An Extraordinary ePUB ì acclaimed economic historian Marc Levinson describes how the end of the postwar boom reverberated throughout the global economy bringing energy shortages financial crises soaring unemployment and a gnawing sense of insecurity Politicians suddenly unable to deliver the prosperity of years past railed haplessly against currency speculators oil sheikhs and other forces they could not control From Sweden to Southern California citizens grew suspicious of their newly ineffective governments and rebelled against the high taxes needed to support social welfar.

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  1. Peter Pete Mcloughlin Peter Pete Mcloughlin says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFVery descriptive history of the end of the post war boom in the 1970s This is a period I read about a lot It is a place of turns for the worse a point where things went terribly wro


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFThis review was written in multiple parts over a working dayAn Extraordinary Time The End of the Postwar Boom and the Return of the Ordinary Economy by Marc Levinson is an examination of the economic downturn in the 1970's and a look at what Levinson terms as the end of the post WWII boom After WWII many Western nations as well as Japan experienced massive economic growth rates a large expansion in personal income for citizens and an expansion of social welfare programs and workers unions a period often dubbed the Golden Years or Les Trente Glorieuses These were years of


  3. Matthew Matthew says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFStunning analysis of the economic history of the 1970s I find an apt comparison between the ungovernabilty of that era and the present which both led to sharp turns toward the right in the capitalist democracies


  4. Alison Zoccola Alison Zoccola says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFHere is another book that I read for a class this time a class on US economic history after 1865 This book was eye opening and focused just as much on the rest of the world as it did on the United States you get a whirlwind tour of all the major parts of western economic history after World War II you need to look elsewhere for a similar survey of the Communist bloc of the time Marc Levinson examines the causes of the extraordinary economic growth following the end of World War II what led it to slow down and curdle in the mid 1970s and why in his very persuasive opinion won't come back For me this book explains the origins of today's economic discontent and it should be reuired reading for the MAGA crowd there was no globalist conspiracy to take away your jobs and America won't be great again in the way you want it to be great Instead economic forces beyond any one person's control ended those great times and they are unlikely to return L


  5. Amy J Amy J says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFI thought that this book was generally boring but it spurred uite a heated discussion in my book group


  6. Peter Tillman Peter Tillman says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFThis is an odd book It purports to demonstrate that mature economies such as the US Western Europe and Japan can grow rapidly in special circumstances basically he uses the recovery from WW2 as his example and then settle back to lower growth for the long term What he actually does is spend two short chapters on the postwar boom the rest of the book on the difficult decade following the oil shock of 1973 and a short wrap


  7. Chris Esposo Chris Esposo says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFIf you've taken an international economics course in undergrad at any time in the past 15 years say using Krugman's textbook on the matter or an euivalent you've covered 45 or of the material in this book In this respect the book is a surprisingly standard historicalpolitical analysis of western monetary policy in the 30 glorious years post war as well as the 80s 90sUnfortunately not much explanation or discussion is dedicated at peeling back possible reasons to explain the lowered annual GDP growth in the US economy except in the last 40 mins of the listen The explanations are all standard and amount to the n


  8. Tetsuya Tetsuya says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFLevinson explains how the world economies in the Gold Age from the World War II to the Oil Shock had well performed with high economic growth rate low inflation rate and low unemployment rate Such a good performance of the world economies significantly contributed for the improvement of human well being in major advanced countries on the one hand while the politicians policy makers as well as ordinary nationals in these advanced countries all became to take for granted that economy could be controllable so as to grow at high rate with continuous improvement of human well being on the other handAfter the world faced the Oil Shock in 1973 all the underlining economic conditions changed drastically ie turned into being troubled with low economic growth rate high inflation rate and high


  9. Vinod Peris Vinod Peris says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFThe Annual GDP growth for the US has dropped from a high of 5% in the sixties to around 15% currently If you look at China or India they are roughly in the 7% range in the current times But it wasn’t always like this If you are curious to learn about the ups and downs of the world economies starting from World War 2 Marc has a wealth of knowledge that he shares with us in his perspective of the economic journey of the major parts of the world after the warIn a nutshell his thesis is that the first twenty five years after the war saw an unprecedented grow


  10. Ryan Tolusso Ryan Tolusso says:

    MOBI wearedating.co.uk é An Extraordinary Time Kindle ↠ An Extraordinary extraordinary kindle, time kindle, An Extraordinary kindle, An Extraordinary Time PDFA refreshing take on the low growth era of the 1970s onward by someone who doesn't have a political axe to grind Levinson looks across countries to find the causes of lower growth and to measure the political trends that arose in response to it He tells the story of the overburdened bureaucracies of the post war developed countries but also the failure of neoliberalism and deregulation to reverse the slowdown of growth Levinson seems to conclude that neither approach statism vs neoliberalism was effective at ensuring the extraordinary times went on but it would have been interesting to have a discussion of whether the neoliberalism of the 80s and 90s improved growth at the margin eg ensured growth slowed less than the alternative of statism would have In some cases this seems to be the implication of Levinson's findings eg th


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