INFLATION IN ONE EASY LESSON by Harry Scherman (ca. 1943) WW2 era
INFLATION IN ONE EASY LESSON (The Last Line of Defense). HARRY SCHERMAN, Council for Democracy, New York, N.Y.
WW2 era booklet about inflation by the COUNCIL FOR DEMOCRACY.
From page 3: WHAT would a catastrophic inflation mean to us as individuals? If a dollar could buy only a tenth of what it now does, nine-tenths of the savings each one of us has slowly accumulated-in banks and War Savings Bonds, principally-would be wiped out as purchasing power.
From the rear cover: This pamphlet presents the best reason for every American to buy War Bonds to the limit of his ability.
Mild cover creases, and a sun-darkened rear cover that's slightly damp stained. About 9-3/4 x almost 7 inches with 22 pages. Illustrated. Undated circa early 1940s. This is an original (not a reprint).