The Creature from Jekyll Island - by G. Edward Griffin
G. Edward Griffin originally wrote this book to detail the creation of the Federal Reserve private bank. However, the project took on a much bigger goal of demonstrating the actual path that money takes through our economy from start to finish. Both physical currency and electronic currency.
I found this book to be very comprehensive on the topic of monitary history. At a "brisk" 608 pages, it reads more like a mystery novel.
This book is quoted as a source book by just about any author or documentary film producer that speaks of monitary history or the Federal Reserve. It is factual in nature and is presented in a straight-forward way.
There are several forums online stating that The Federal Reserve is irrelevant today, because of the Government rules for the FED to give back the "overage interest" that is collected. Yes, this is true, but the huge amount of money in interest paid by the public Federal Government to the private Federal Reserve bank on money created out of thin air is still quite handsome of a profit percentage. It carries an "Infinite" Return on Investment.
Interview with G. Edward Griffin About The Federal Reserve
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