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The Federal Reserve is a leviathan that overshadows the world economy, dominating it, controlling the flow of money, affecting all our lives. The Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913 in reaction to the bank runs, bankruptcies and financial chaos caused by the Panic of 1907. The stated purpose of the Act was to create a stable monetary system to bring financial stability The Federal Reserve is a leviathan that overshadows the world economy, dominating it, controlling the flow of money, affecting all our lives. The Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913 in reaction to the bank runs, bankruptcies and financial chaos caused by the Panic of 1907. The stated purpose of the Act was to create a stable monetary system to bring financial stability to the United States and prevent such economic crises as the Panic of 1907 from occurring again. Sixteen years after the passage of the Act, under the Federal Reserve's watch, the nation experienced the worst financial collapse in our history and descended into our deepest and darkest depression--the Great Depression--a crisis far worse than the Panic of 1907 by orders of magnitude. Since the creation of the Fed, we have lurched from boom to bust time and again as financial crisis has followed financial crisis. By any objective measure, the Fed has failed to achieve the stated objectives of its founding. Today, our economic imbalances are extreme and compounding and approaching a day of reckoning. Another financial collapse looms and casts a dark shadow over our future. Under the stewardship of the Federal Reserve, further hardship for our struggling middle class is certain and inevitable. It doesn't have to be this way. Drawing heavily from the writings and ideas of Benjamin Franklin, Alfred Owen Crozier and Carroll Quigley, "The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve" looks back on how we got here and forward to a brighter future through monetary reform.


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The Federal Reserve is a leviathan that overshadows the world economy, dominating it, controlling the flow of money, affecting all our lives. The Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913 in reaction to the bank runs, bankruptcies and financial chaos caused by the Panic of 1907. The stated purpose of the Act was to create a stable monetary system to bring financial stability The Federal Reserve is a leviathan that overshadows the world economy, dominating it, controlling the flow of money, affecting all our lives. The Federal Reserve Act was passed in 1913 in reaction to the bank runs, bankruptcies and financial chaos caused by the Panic of 1907. The stated purpose of the Act was to create a stable monetary system to bring financial stability to the United States and prevent such economic crises as the Panic of 1907 from occurring again. Sixteen years after the passage of the Act, under the Federal Reserve's watch, the nation experienced the worst financial collapse in our history and descended into our deepest and darkest depression--the Great Depression--a crisis far worse than the Panic of 1907 by orders of magnitude. Since the creation of the Fed, we have lurched from boom to bust time and again as financial crisis has followed financial crisis. By any objective measure, the Fed has failed to achieve the stated objectives of its founding. Today, our economic imbalances are extreme and compounding and approaching a day of reckoning. Another financial collapse looms and casts a dark shadow over our future. Under the stewardship of the Federal Reserve, further hardship for our struggling middle class is certain and inevitable. It doesn't have to be this way. Drawing heavily from the writings and ideas of Benjamin Franklin, Alfred Owen Crozier and Carroll Quigley, "The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve" looks back on how we got here and forward to a brighter future through monetary reform.

30 review for The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ed

    Won this in a Goodreads giveaway! Starting it today and I will rate and review when I finish. Thank you to the Author Brian O'brien and Goodreads. Pretty good look at the crooks "The Federal Reserve" Won this in a Goodreads giveaway! Starting it today and I will rate and review when I finish. Thank you to the Author Brian O'brien and Goodreads. Pretty good look at the crooks "The Federal Reserve"

  2. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Downey

    I received a copy of The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve free through Goodreads Giveaways. This does not influence my review in any way. Where do I begin? This book is full of information that every American citizen NEEDS to know. I found it very startling to realize just how corrupt the federal reserve is. This book would be perfect for high school economics classes as well. This isn't a book that will be forgotten. I received a copy of The Tyranny of the Federal Reserve free through Goodreads Giveaways. This does not influence my review in any way. Where do I begin? This book is full of information that every American citizen NEEDS to know. I found it very startling to realize just how corrupt the federal reserve is. This book would be perfect for high school economics classes as well. This isn't a book that will be forgotten.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Liddement

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A very informative and worthy read which the author has researched indepthly.I learned so much about the origins of the Federal Reserve and the part it plays in todays society in the States and how controlling it is.It is quite a heavy read and so took me awhile to absorb the content but don't let this put you off as it has separate chapters you can tackle easily.I have a few people who I will be passing this book onto as I think it will appeal to them.I received this book from Goodreads Giveawa A very informative and worthy read which the author has researched indepthly.I learned so much about the origins of the Federal Reserve and the part it plays in todays society in the States and how controlling it is.It is quite a heavy read and so took me awhile to absorb the content but don't let this put you off as it has separate chapters you can tackle easily.I have a few people who I will be passing this book onto as I think it will appeal to them.I received this book from Goodreads Giveaways so am giving my opinion of it here

  4. 5 out of 5

    R. Mark Fischer

    A real eye opener !! I had read β€˜The Creature from Jekyll Island β€˜ by Edward Griffin years ago and saw this book which is just as epic as Griffins book. We are so being destroyed monetarily by the federal reserve, who today is pushing spending & borrowing verses saving & investment. Who benefits from the fr......other than the very wealthy world bankers, while the 95% or rest of us are being slowly strangled and impoverished. A most well written book that will shock many Americans,πŸ‘πŸ‘

  5. 4 out of 5

    Carlton H.

    Best American history book Should be required reading before ever casting a vote especially politicians. A succinct look at what controls America from primarily a financial viewpoint. What I found most fascinating was the books take on our wars, from WWI to the gulf wars.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Susan J Benna

    On Target The book covers the critical issues facing our country today. Solutions are provided to help the reader reduce anxiety about the future. A bit redundant and the focus on the Fed gets lost at times. Still not a bad read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aimee Jo Zeitler-Nealy

    Mindful This book was mind awaking and stimulating. Gave me a perspective of the Federal Reserve through different angle. I recommend

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Powell

    Great history True history of our country. We are not a nation of values. We have turned into a nation of Me and Money.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Vernon Luckert

    Won this book on Goodreads. It is not an easy read, at least it wasn't for me, but it really made me think and opened my eyes about aspects of our political/financial/educational world that I had not been aware of, or had not considered in the manner presented. This book is well worth the time to read and digest. It ought to be required reading in some of our college classrooms. I recommend individuals to get a copy and open your minds to the information that is well researched and solidly presen Won this book on Goodreads. It is not an easy read, at least it wasn't for me, but it really made me think and opened my eyes about aspects of our political/financial/educational world that I had not been aware of, or had not considered in the manner presented. This book is well worth the time to read and digest. It ought to be required reading in some of our college classrooms. I recommend individuals to get a copy and open your minds to the information that is well researched and solidly presented in this book. I have loaned out the copy I won and it is making the rounds of a forth reader at this point.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Carol McMahon

    Interesting perspective on a number of issues related to the Fed.

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    Glen Lewis

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    Jordan Buchanan

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    Diane Meyer

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    Rob Blissard

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    Joseph A Polka

  30. 4 out of 5

    jim packett

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