One Currency Doesn’t Require “One Europe”

– March 19, 2010

 The creation of the euro was either the greatest historic achievement of the last century—or its worst delusion. Not to be glib, but the answer is both: The euro represents a magnificent step toward fulfilling money’s highest purposes—to serve as …

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“Competitve Currencies, Legal Restrictions and the Origins of the Fed”

– March 17, 2010

“In the last several years, economists have produced numoerous studies examining both the theoretical operations and historical manifestations of unregulated banking systems. Recent examples of historical investigations are the studies by L. White (47) …

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“Sound Money: The Impossible Dream?”

– March 16, 2010

“Our gold standard money didn’t fail us in 1913; it was murdered. Did it deserve to die? What was its crime? It had provided us with nothing less than relative peace and prosperity over a span of 136 years. It had not only retained one hundred percent …

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“Gold and Economic Freedom”

– March 11, 2010

“An almost hysterical antagonism toward the gold standard is one issue which unites statists of all persuasions. They seem to sense – perhaps more clearly and subtly than many consistent defenders of laissez-faire – that gold and economic freedom are i …

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“The Gold Standard”

– February 19, 2010

Lawrence H. White speaks to students attending FEE’s 2009 Young Scholars Colloquium at Northwood University. To see the full video, please go here. “The Gold Standard” Lawrence H. White Young Scholars Colloquium, July 16, 2009. Via the Foundation for E …

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Gold: The Protector and Creator of Jobs

– December 9, 2009

Gold: The Protector and Creator of Jobs For Sound Money Hugo Salinas Price

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Silver Legislation Repealed

– June 17, 1963

Research Reports – 06/17/1963

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The Cash Budget

– September 7, 1953

Research Reports – 09/07/1953

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