Table of contents for The raw deal : how myths and misinformation about deficits, inflation, and wealth impoverish America / Ellen Frank.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Chapter One-Introduction
	Money Illusion
	The Real Economy 
	The Raw Deal
Chapter Two-The Great Stock Illusion
	The Illusion of Market Democracy 
	The Illusion of Market Efficiency 
	The Illusion of Public Information 
	The Illusion of Wealth Creation
	The Illusion of Retirement Security
Chapter Three-Debt Delusions
	The Myth of the Burdensome Debt
	The Death of the Keynesian Consensus 
	The Crowding Out Myth 
	Deficit Politics
	The Myth of the Social Security Trust Fund 
	The Paradox of Thrift
Chapter Four-The Inflation Myth
	What's Wrong With Inflation
	Sado-Monetarism
Greenspan and the Myth of the NAIRU
	The Triumph of Central Banking 
	Box One-Some Definitions
	Box Two-Who is the Fed 
Chapter Five-The Almighty Dollar
	Freeing Capital
	The Dollar Standard
	The Debt Trap
	Hot Money
	The Real Debacle
	The Convertibility Catastrophe
	Bailouts
	Global Deflation
Chapter Six-A Better Deal
	Real Well Being 
The Revolt of the Elites 
A Better Deal
Notes
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Money United States, Deficits United States, Inflation (Finance) United States, Wealth United States, Social justice United States