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The sharp drop which occurred in residential construction in 1966 was almost entirely a credit phenomenon. It was the result of both a severely curtailed flow of credit into the housing industry and the sharply rising cost of credit. Both the reduced volume of funds, and the higher cost of mortgage credit, were the direct consequence of the Federal Reserves’ tight money policy. It seems to be the general consensus that the housing industry must inevitably bear the major impact of a tight money policy....

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The sharp drop which occurred in residential construction in 1966 was almost entirely a credit phenomenon. It was the result of both a severely curtailed flow of credit into the housing industry and the sharply rising cost of credit. Both the reduced volume of funds, and the higher cost of mortgage credit, were the direct consequence of the Federal Reserves’ tight money policy. It seems to be the general consensus that the housing industry must inevitably bear the major impact of a tight money policy&#46...

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1966 Paradigm: January 2011

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The sharp drop which occurred in residential construction in 1966 was almost entirely a credit phenomenon. It was the result of both a severely curtailed flow of credit into the housing industry and the sharply rising cost of credit. Both the reduced volume of funds, and the higher cost of mortgage credit, were the direct consequence of the Federal Reserves’ tight money policy. It seems to be the general consensus that the housing industry must inevitably bear the major impact of a tight money policy&#46...

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1966 Paradigm: 1966 Monetary Policy Blunder

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The sharp drop which occurred in residential construction in 1966 was almost entirely a credit phenomenon. It was the result of both a severely curtailed flow of credit into the housing industry and the sharply rising cost of credit. Both the reduced volume of funds, and the higher cost of mortgage credit, were the direct consequence of the Federal Reserves’ tight money policy. It seems to be the general consensus that the housing industry must inevitably bear the major impact of a tight money policy&#46...

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1966 Paradigm: Repeat of 1966 Policy Blunder

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Tight money seems to be the accepted official (and unofficial) explanation of the mortgage credit crisis of 1966. The Present’s Council of Economic Advisers advances this explanation in the 1967 Economic Report of the President (p.60); and in the 1968 Report (p. 76) the Council reiterates that “Tight money was clearly the primary factor accounting for the sharp decline in homebuilding (in 1966)…”. Recent Monetary Policy and Interest Rates. Lack of Loan-Funds Rather Than the Cost of Loan-Funds the Cause.

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