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The Creature from Jekyll Island

Author : G. Edward Griffin
Publisher : American Media (CA)
Page : 636 pages
File Size : 53,6 Mb
Release : 1995
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : IND:30000048006427

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The Tuttle Twins and the Creature from Jekyll Island

Author : Connor Boyack
Publisher : Libertas Press
Page : 58 pages
File Size : 51,5 Mb
Release : 2015-10-15
Category : Banks and banking
ISBN : 1943521026

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The Tuttle Twins and the Creature from Jekyll Island by Connor Boyack Pdf

"Join Ethan and Emily Tuttle in their exciting third adventure, as they uncover the curious mystery of how a powerful creature is stealing their grandparents' hard-earned savings, and how the twins are also being controlled by the same creature--without even knowing it! In honor of the classic The creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin, this book introduces children to the history and nature of money, banking, inflation, savings, and bartering in an informative and entertaining format that both entertains and excites its young readers!"--Page 4 of cover.

The Tuttle Twins Learn About The Law

Author : Connor Boyack
Publisher : Libertas Press
Page : 32 pages
File Size : 52,9 Mb
Release : 2014-04-23
Category : Law
ISBN : 9780989291224

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The Tuttle Twins Learn About The Law by Connor Boyack Pdf

Until now, freedom-minded parents had no educational material to teach their children the concepts of liberty. The Tuttle Twins series of books helps children learn about political and economic principles in a fun and engaging manner. With colorful illustrations and a fun story, your children will follow Ethan and Emily as they learn about liberty!

The Mainspring of Human Progress

Author : Henry Grady Weaver
Publisher : Ludwig von Mises Institute
Page : 280 pages
File Size : 54,7 Mb
Release : 1947
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 9781610164023

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The Jekyll Island Club

Author : Tyler Bagwell,Tyler E. Bagwell
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Page : 132 pages
File Size : 44,8 Mb
Release : 1998
Category : Travel
ISBN : 0752409352

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Peeking Prairie Dogs

Author : Christine Zuchora-Walske
Publisher : Lerner Publications
Page : 40 pages
File Size : 52,7 Mb
Release : 1999-01-01
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN : 0822536161

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Peeking Prairie Dogs by Christine Zuchora-Walske Pdf

Introduces the physical characteristics, behavior, and habitat of the black-tailed prairie dog.


Author : Casey Sherman,Dave Wedge
Publisher : Little, Brown
Page : 317 pages
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Release : 2018-07-31
Category : Sports & Recreation
ISBN : 9780316416405

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12 by Casey Sherman,Dave Wedge Pdf

The thrilling behind-the-scenes account of how the NFL's most sensational scandal culminated in sports history's greatest comeback, featuring dozens of exclusive interviews with Patriots players -- including Tom Brady himself. In January 2015, rumors circulated that the New England Patriots -- a team long suspected of abiding by the "if you ain't cheating you ain't trying" philosophy -- had used under-inflated footballs in their playoff victory against the Indianapolis Colts. As evidence began to build, however, a full on NFL investigation was launched, exploding an unsubstantiated rumor into an intense scandal that would lead news coverage for weeks. As shockwaves rippled throughout the NFL system, the very legitimacy of one of the league's most popular teams and their star quarterback began to erode, even as the Patriots and Brady went on to win that year's Super Bowl. But as the celebrations gave way to the offseason, the investigation only intensified, reopening old wounds between the Patriots' powerful owner, Robert Kraft, and the NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell. Brady was devastated and seemingly more nervous in front of a judge that on a game-winning drive. When the dust settled, Brady would be able to play again - but only after watching the first four games of the 2016 season from his couch. The pressure couldn't have been more intense: Brady's legacy was at stake. If he failed to return to his usual self, all the critics and even the history books would have to put a giant asterisk next to his name, signifying one thing: he was a cheater. 12 is the propulsive story of this gritty comeback. It's a drama that unfolds in the locker room, the court room, and under the brightest lights in all of sports -- the Super Bowl. Now for the first time, readers will have an exclusive look into Tom Brady's experience and the NFL's shocking strangle-hold on their players. With unprecedented access to Brady himself, his teammates, and his lawyers, we will see just how a football legend went up against one of the largest corporations in the world to stage the greatest comeback in NFL history and emerge a god of the gridiron.

Secrets of the Temple

Author : William Greider
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Page : 804 pages
File Size : 55,5 Mb
Release : 1989-01-15
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9780671675561

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Secrets of the Temple by William Greider Pdf

Reveals how the Federal Reserve under Paul Volcker engineered changes in America's economy.

America's Bank

Author : Roger Lowenstein
Publisher : Penguin
Page : 368 pages
File Size : 52,9 Mb
Release : 2015-10-20
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9781101614129

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A tour de force of historical reportage, America’s Bank illuminates the tumultuous era and remarkable personalities that spurred the unlikely birth of America’s modern central bank, the Federal Reserve. Today, the Fed is the bedrock of the financial landscape, yet the fight to create it was so protracted and divisive that it seems a small miracle that it was ever established. For nearly a century, America, alone among developed nations, refused to consider any central or organizing agency in its financial system. Americans’ mistrust of big government and of big banks—a legacy of the country’s Jeffersonian, small-government traditions—was so widespread that modernizing reform was deemed impossible. Each bank was left to stand on its own, with no central reserve or lender of last resort. The real-world consequences of this chaotic and provincial system were frequent financial panics, bank runs, money shortages, and depressions. By the first decade of the twentieth century, it had become plain that the outmoded banking system was ill equipped to finance America’s burgeoning industry. But political will for reform was lacking. It took an economic meltdown, a high-level tour of Europe, and—improbably—a conspiratorial effort by vilified captains of Wall Street to overcome popular resistance. Finally, in 1913, Congress conceived a federalist and quintessentially American solution to the conflict that had divided bankers, farmers, populists, and ordinary Americans, and enacted the landmark Federal Reserve Act. Roger Lowenstein—acclaimed financial journalist and bestselling author of When Genius Failed and The End of Wall Street—tells the drama-laden story of how America created the Federal Reserve, thereby taking its first steps onto the world stage as a global financial power. America’s Bank showcases Lowenstein at his very finest: illuminating complex financial and political issues with striking clarity, infusing the debates of our past with all the gripping immediacy of today, and painting unforgettable portraits of Gilded Age bankers, presidents, and politicians. Lowenstein focuses on the four men at the heart of the struggle to create the Federal Reserve. These were Paul Warburg, a refined, German-born financier, recently relocated to New York, who was horrified by the primitive condition of America’s finances; Rhode Island’s Nelson W. Aldrich, the reigning power broker in the U.S. Senate and an archetypal Gilded Age legislator; Carter Glass, the ambitious, if then little-known, Virginia congressman who chaired the House Banking Committee at a crucial moment of political transition; and President Woodrow Wilson, the academician-turned-progressive-politician who forced Glass to reconcile his deep-seated differences with bankers and accept the principle (anathema to southern Democrats) of federal control. Weaving together a raucous era in American politics with a storied financial crisis and intrigue at the highest levels of Washington and Wall Street, Lowenstein brings the beginnings of one of the country’s most crucial institutions to vivid and unforgettable life. Readers of this gripping historical narrative will wonder whether they’re reading about one hundred years ago or the still-seething conflicts that mark our discussions of banking and politics today.

The Federal Reserve

Author : Stephen H. Axilrod
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Page : 160 pages
File Size : 50,6 Mb
Release : 2013-05-01
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 9780199323869

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The Federal Reserve by Stephen H. Axilrod Pdf

The Federal Reserve System--the central bank of the United States, better known as The Fed--has never been more controversial. Criticism has reached such levels that Congressman Ron Paul, contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, published End the Fed, with blurbs from musician Arlo Guthrie and actor Vince Vaughn. And yet, amid a slow economy and partisan gridlock, the Fed has never been more important. Stephen H. Axilrod explains this influential agency-its powers, operations, how it sets policy-in The Federal Reserve, a timely addition to Oxford's acclaimed series, What Everyone Needs to Know®. Of the two major governmental tools for shaping the economy, Congress controls fiscal policy-taxation and spending-and the Fed makes monetary policy-influencing how much money circulates in the economy, and how quickly. Traditionally the Fed has relied on three instruments: open-market operations (buying and selling U.S. bonds), lending to banks, and setting reserve requirements on bank deposits. It also helps to regulate the financial system. Drawing on years of experience inside the Federal Reserve System, Axilrod shows how these tools actually work, and answers a series of increasingly detailed questions in the series format. He asks, for instance, if the system of regional Fed banks needs modification for today's technological landscape; if there is corruption in the Fed's governance; what happens to profits from its operations; the impact of political pressure; the extent of Congressional oversight; and just how independent it truly is. Whether discussing the Fed's balance sheet through the financial crisis of 2008 and beyond, the federal funds rate, or the international context, Axilrod displays a mastery of his subject. Coming in time for the Fed's 100th anniversary in 2013, this book deftly explains an institution that every American needs to understand. What Everyone Needs to Know® is a registered trademark of Oxford University Press.

The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

Author : John Perkins
Publisher : Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Page : 385 pages
File Size : 55,9 Mb
Release : 2016-02-09
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781626566750

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Featuring 15 explosive new chapters, this new edition of the New York Times bestseller brings the story of Economic Hit Men up-to-date and, chillingly, home to the U.S.―but it also gives us hope and the tools to fight back. Former economic hit man John Perkins shares new details about the ways he and others cheated countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. Then he reveals how the deadly EHM cancer he helped create has spread far more widely and deeply than ever in the US and everywhere else—to become the dominant system of business, government, and society today. Finally, he gives an insider view of what we each can do to change it. Economic hit men are the shock troops of what Perkins calls the corporatocracy, a vast network of corporations, banks, colluding governments, and the rich and powerful people tied to them. If the EHMs can't maintain the corrupt status quo through nonviolent coercion, the jackal assassins swoop in. The heart of this book is a completely new section, over 100 pages long, that exposes the fact that all the EHM and jackal tools—false economics, false promises, threats, bribes, extortion, debt, deception, coups, assassinations, unbridled military power—are used around the world today exponentially more than during the era Perkins exposed over a decade ago. As dark as the story gets, this reformed EHM also provides hope. Perkins offers specific actions each of us can take to transform what he calls a failing Death Economy into a Life Economy that provides sustainable abundance for all.

Wilderness of Mirrors

Author : Dale Grant
Publisher : Scarborough, Ont. : Prentice-Hall Canada
Page : 232 pages
File Size : 42,6 Mb
Release : 1991
Category : Defense industries
ISBN : STANFORD:36105070033266

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Splendid Isolation

Author : Pamela Bauer Mueller
Publisher : Piata Publishing
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 52,6 Mb
Release : 2010
Category : History
ISBN : 0980916305

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Splendid Isolation by Pamela Bauer Mueller Pdf

In this sweeping historical saga, you will discover the Millionaires' joys, tribulations, and deeply guarded secrets - told through the unique voices of four Club employees.

The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve

Author : Brian O'Brien
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 47,6 Mb
Release : 2015-07
Category : Economic history
ISBN : 1514845083

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The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve by Brian O'Brien Pdf

The Federal Reserve is a leviathan that overshadows the world economy, dominating it, controlling the flow of money, affecting all our lives. The Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913 in reaction to the bank runs, bankruptcies and financial chaos caused by the Panic of 1907. The stated purpose of the Act was to create a stable monetary system to bring financial stability to the United States and prevent such economic crises as the Panic of 1907 from occurring again. Sixteen years after the passage of the Act, under the Federal Reserve's watch, the nation experienced the worst financial collapse in our history and descended into our deepest and darkest depression--the Great Depression--a crisis far worse than the Panic of 1907 by orders of magnitude. Since the creation of the Fed, we have lurched from boom to bust time and again as financial crisis has followed financial crisis. By any objective measure, the Fed has failed to achieve the stated objectives of its founding. Today, our economic imbalances are extreme and compounding and approaching a day of reckoning. Another financial collapse looms and casts a dark shadow over our future. Under the stewardship of the Federal Reserve, further hardship for our struggling middle class is certain and inevitable. It doesn't have to be this way. Drawing heavily from the writings and ideas of Benjamin Franklin, Alfred Owen Crozier and Carroll Quigley, "The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve" looks back on how we got here and forward to a brighter future through monetary reform.

Ten Days at Jekyll Island

Author : Patrea Patrick
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Page : 390 pages
File Size : 47,5 Mb
Release : 2016-07-04
Category : Bankers
ISBN : 1530939208

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Ten Days at Jekyll Island by Patrea Patrick Pdf

In New York 1907, the year of the banking crash, thousands lined the streets trying to get their money out of the failing banks. J.P. Morgan saw an opportunity for his plans to expand his Empire. On a night in November just before Thanksgiving, a list of powerful bankers and politicians, only to be known by their first names, were invited to Senator Aldrich's private rail car for a thousand-mile train trip to a secret destination. One by one these men boarded the car, and told of the departure to Jekyll Island. It was said it was to be a duck hunt. But why go such a distance? 'Why not stay close to New York?' the men grumbled. Although competitors, their curiosity won over their disdain. The meeting was so shrouded in mystery that the island servants were let go and new ones hired for this occasion. In the private island clubhouse, as they drank eighty year old scotch, plans were laid that would change the face of banking forever!