"The latest example of the Federal Reserve not learning from its past errors comes, amusingly enough, from the Federal Reserve. In a June 1938 bulletin (page 456) from the St. Louis Fed, the Fed provided some of the wisest words of caution on how to approach boom-bust cycles, when it was evaluating the lessons learned (and promptly forgotten) from the Great Depression."

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