The Case for Gold

The Case for Gold

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by Ron Paul, Lewis Lehrman
     
 

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This book is a reprint of the report of the U.S. Gold Commission originally published in the Congressional Record, Government Printing Office, Washington D. C., 1982. As with all federal government publications, this work is public domain. Paul blamed the Federal Reserve for inflation, and spoke against the banking mismanagement that resulted in the savings and

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This book is a reprint of the report of the U.S. Gold Commission originally published in the Congressional Record, Government Printing Office, Washington D. C., 1982. As with all federal government publications, this work is public domain. Paul blamed the Federal Reserve for inflation, and spoke against the banking mismanagement that resulted in the savings and loan crisis. The U.S. Gold Commission created by Congress in 1982 was his idea, and this marvellous commission minority report was the great result.

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ISBN-13:
9781469971803
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/25/2012
Pages:
242
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

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Case for Gold 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Don11DK More than 1 year ago
No, there's not enough GOLD but there is enough commodities.... Think outside the box, a basket of commodities could solve the problem, such as countries in the middle east could use oil as their backing and the U.S. could use, gold, silver and another commodity as well for it's backing.
MJS98 More than 1 year ago
Good in concept......I agree with Wilson,,,,,a $16 Trillion deficit, with $9 Trillion in the past 3 1/ 2years makes this impossible
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pretty informative book on the history of coinage, banking and the early economy.
WilsonKierstead More than 1 year ago
Sixteen Trillion dollar deficit! The U.S. Doesn't have that much gold!!