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Why the Fed's Mythology Endures, with Murray Sabrin

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09/27/2019Jeff DeistMurray Sabrin

Professor Murray Sabrin, author of the new book Why the Federal Reserve Sucks, joins HAPod to explain why ordinary people should care about — and oppose — the Fed. This is a comprehensive look at central bank mythmaking: how money creation benefits wealthy elites at our expense; what Keynesians, monetarists, and supply-siders get wrong; and, why we should understand the sordid history of money manipulation and tyranny.

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Contact Jeff Deist

Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute. He previously worked as chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, and as an attorney for private equity clients. Contact: email; Twitter.

Contact Murray Sabrin

Dr. Murray Sabrin retired on July 1, 2020 as Professor of Finance. On January 25th 2021, the Board of Trustees awarded Dr. Sabrin Emeritus status for his scholarship and professional contributions during his 35-year career. His book, Universal Medical Care: From Conception to End-of-Life: The Case for a Single Payer System, calls for the individual or family to be the single payer to restore the doctor-patient relationship. His latest book, Navigating the Boom/Bust Cycle: An Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide, was published in October 2021. Sabrin is the author of Tax Free 2000: The Rebirth of American Liberty, a blueprint on how to create a tax-free America in the 21stcentury, and Why the Federal Reserve Sucks: It Causes, Inflation, Recessions, Bubbles and Enriches the One Percent, which is available on Amazon.

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