This book is the outcome of a project set up to examine the effects of the continuous application of financial pressure on the contemporary U.K. economy, contemporary in this context being taken to meet the later 1960’s as they merge into the 1970’s. The project began by exploring in two main directions: to see the effects of severe national budgeting and severe credit restriction on users of finance, and on suppliers of finance. We had been having a protracted experience of both fiscal and monetary pressure, and so work went ahead on these lines.*
KeywordsFinancial Pressure Reversal Point Price Rise Financial Policy Money Wage
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