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Why Is the Fed So Afraid of Judy Shelton?

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11/17/2020Ryan McMaken

A single vote on the Fed's policymaking committees wouldn't make any real difference. On the other hand, the Fed will brook no dissent from the official media and academic narrative.

Original Article: "Why Is the Fed So Afraid of Judy Shelton?​"

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