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If you say, "This is for two years only; we are going to make a severe tax deterrent to capital expenditure, which will be something stronger than a high interest rate," and if you combine that with ordinary taxation on the consumer, I think that you could, for the next two years, get away with a system that allows the essentials of a free economy to remain without having any excessive amount of inflation. CHAIRMAN LEVI: I now refer you to the outline in front of you, "The Role of Monetary Policy": c'I.
Control of credit expansion for housing through savings and loan-all these things have to be taken into account. SENATOR Q'MAHONEY: I intended a while ago but omitted to call attention to the striking contrast between testimony given The Role of Monetary Policy 47 to the Banking and Currency (watchdog) Committee in the Senate the other day by C. E. Wilson, head of the Office of Defense Mobilization, and the great battle of words carried on previously between the Treasury and the Federal Reserve System before the same committee.
MINTS: May I make a comment there? I think what ~1r. Kestnbaum and Mr. trying to say when I say that an increase in the rate of use of money is responsible in part for the inflation. That is because of the expectation of price rises, so that I am not omitting from my own thinking the sort of thing that you two men are referring to. CHAIRMAN LEVI: Now, doing what I have been doing, looking at the outline again, I ask if anyone wishes to speak specifically to Item III, A, 2, that is, "It may be argued that a tight monetary policy will prevent producers of> military supplies from getting their share of bank credit while higher taxes or direct controls would not.