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On April 19, 2010, the Atlas Economic Research Foundation and the GMU Economics Society hosted a lecture by Lawrence H. White. Dr. White presented on the subject of sound money, it’s importance and historical origins, and how a free banking system produces a more reliable currency than that of the Federal Reserve. The video of his lecture is below.
“Sound Money and Free Banking”
Lawrence H. White
George Mason University
Lecture with Atlas and the GMU Economics Society, April 19, 2010.

Lawrence H. White on Sound Money from Atlas Network on Vimeo.

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