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George Ford Smith

Tags U.S. HistoryMonetary Theory

Works Published inMises Daily ArticleThe Free Market

George Ford Smith is a former mainframe and PC programmer and technology instructor, the author of eight books including a novel about a renegade Fed chairman (Flight of the Barbarous Relic), a filmmaker (Do Not Consent), and an advocate of stateless market government.  He welcomes speaking engagements and can be reached at gfs543@icloud.com

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Let's Boycott Them!

Anti-PoliticsThe FedTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

06/14/2022Mises Media
Since the state is incorrigible and incapable of being reformed, perhaps the best way to deal with government predations is to boycott the elections.
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Let's Boycott Them!

Anti-PoliticsDemocracyThe Police StateU.S. History

Blog06/07/2022

Since the state is incorrigible and incapable of being reformed, perhaps the best way to deal with government predations is to boycott the elections.

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Shays's Rebellion: The Excuse for a Centralized American State

Taxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog10/11/2019

The so-called Founding Fathers used small-scale tax rebellions to justify their counter-revolution against the spirit of 1776, thus launching the big-tax, big-government Constitutional Convention of 1787.

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Unsound Money, Unsound Economy

The Fed

Blog09/12/2019

Central bankers like Alan Greenspan seem to think central bankers can be trusted to act with restraint. That's a risky plan, especially given that true and reliable constraints could be put on the money supply by adopting commodity money.

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Thomas Paine on Paper Money and Morality

Taxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog01/29/2019

The Hamiltonians foisted a central bank on the people of the United States at the first opportunity. But Thomas Paine wasn't fooled.

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