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According to Kristoffer Mousten Hansen nothing stood in the way of reestablishing a proper gold standard at the end of World War II. This would have prevented not only supposed dollar shortages and balance of payments problems, but it would have prevented the system of spoliation and the social and economic deformations that go with it. Even the apparent beneficiaries of the system, the American people, would be better off in the long run with a sound international monetary order.