The 70s Economic World War Three Part II is widely considered to be a episodic war
when "inflation by oil barrel" was out of control, like the Oil Wars but the M3 shows
that the money supply in USA grew at a much faster average pace during the supposedly 'disinflationary' 80s than during the 70s.
The Transition of Finance in Japan and the United States: A Comparative STUDY.......BY Thomas Fuck Cargill
Also, during the first 5 years and 6 months of the current 2009-2014 the US money supply
grew almost twice....well almost 150%... as fast as it did during the 70s,
and yet very few people perceive a World inflation problem at this time
and that is nice....and the minimum wage goes up...
but you don't buy extra gas with it ....
and in a oil driven economy
what the future tense holds for a oil driven economy is bleak
a bleak house world
Duck and Cover - The Fallout Economic Guide For Morons