Acknowledgements I would like to thank several individuals who were responsible for the completion of this book: My wife Monica for her love, friendship and unquestioned support. My entire family. I have never walked alone. May we all lead contemplative lives. Philip A. Rothman, valued colleague, world-class time series econometrician, and great friend. Gucharan S. Laumas, my friend and source of encouragement. I’m not sure I can ever repay what I owe. James S. Fackler and W. Douglas McMillin, thanks for all you have done for me. There are debts here as well that I am not sure I can repay. Ben Bernanke and James Hamilton. You fellows may not know it, but you are everything good people and great scientists should be. The economists of the interwar generation who so graciously agreed to speak with me. vi
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