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  • Posted October 15, 2011

    The Best Book on The Fed written

    I don't ever remember the word conspirecy in the book. I couldn't put it down, think I read it in a couple of days! Griffin is a well respected author and the resourses are impecible. The previous reviewer, obviously didn't understand the topic or didn't read the book.

    7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 26, 2011

    CO Too much conspiracy bashing

    The word conspiracy has taken on a connotation in the last 20 years that is sickening. It is now associated with insanity, irrationality, and fictional stories fabricated by those who have too much free time. When one person conspires against another, that is a conspiracy. When the panthers huddle up against the bears in football, that is a conspiracy. The author seems to enjoy detailing the facts but then labeling it all negatively as a conspiracy, attempting to discredit the writer of the reviewed book. Obviously not all that is stated in the reviewed book is factual, but the methodology of the book reviewer is destructive at best, utilizing the word conspiracy to discredit the facts in the original book. I have some advice for the reviewer, please refrain from discrediting others simply because you have a hard time recognizing orchestration over coincidence.

    6 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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