A Case AGAINST Central Banking

By the very intelligent and eminently readable Thomas Woods.  (H/T LRC)

This is a contrast to the previous post in which an argument in favor of central banking was considered.

This stuff may seem overly arcane.  My fear, though, is that as a society we’ll seamlessly segue into far more interesting but decidedly unpleasant and brutal developments unless we cultivate enough of an interest to understand these things, at least a little.

You know – guillotines, purges.  That kind of thing.

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