Philosopher Michael Polanyi was also a prescient economic thinker who, while considering himself a Keynesian, showed the importance of money in the macroeconomy 20 years before the monetarist revolution. His 1945 book, Full Employment and Free Trade, is one of the under-appreciated gems of twentieth century economics.

Paul Craig Roberts is the John M. Olin fellow at the Institute for Political Economy and former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy.
T. Norman Van Cott is a professor of economics at Ball State University.
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