The Bretton Woods transcripts

John Maynard Keynes

It has been almost 70 years since Bretton Woods, New Hampshire hosted one of the world’s most important financial conferences. The Bretton Woods conference was a star-studded affair – one in which the post-war rules of the game for a new monetary order were hammered out, and one that gave birth to the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. It is, therefore, remarkable that the Bretton Woods transcripts have never seen the light of day.

Indeed, for decades, the transcripts had gone

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