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Antonella Tutino and Carlos E.J.M. Zarazaga of Dallas Fed undo the famous Friedman quote in this short note. They say both the recent US experience and German experience in 1920s refute the Friedman quote somewhat. In US case, despite surge in money supply, there is no inflation. And in Germany, inflation was much higher than money supply:
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