The True Gold Standard (Second Edition)
Monetary Reform is in-style this summer as gold fashion has reemerged as a popular trend.
In the late 1960’s, the Peace Movement brought tie- dye tee shirts, flower power prints, and peace signs up to the forefront of American fashion. In 2012, it is possible that fashion has once again reflected political trends with the emergence of Gold summer clothing lines. Fabsugar.com has recently covered this summer’s rise in gold fashion, and has encouraged readers to participate in the “gold rush” for summer clothing. With the U.S. debt currently pegged at around $15 trillion, now is certainly an appropriate time to make gold this summer’s biggest trend.
Oct 20, 2014
Lawrence H. White is an economics professor at George Mason University who teaches graduate level monetary theory and policy. Lawrence White As described by the Wikipedia, "White earned his BA at Harvard University (1977) and PhD at the University of California at Los Angeles (1982). Before his current role at George Mason...
The Federal Reserve System's James Narron and David Skeie, career officials with the Federal Reserve System, are two eminent historically erudite figures. Writing in the New York Federal Reserve Bank's online publication, Liberty Street Economics, they recently provided a continuation of their valuable historical "revue," Crisis Chronicles: The Collapse of the...
Jul 23, 2014
An article headline in Saturday’s Wall Street Journalread “Rate Talk Heats Up Within The Fed.” As Journalreporters Jon Hilsenrath and Michael Derby...
Dec 20, 2014
Key Monetary Writings
It is a privilege to interview Prof. Brian Domitrovic. Prof. Domitrovic holds a Ph.D. in history from Harvard University, where...
Why the Gold Standard?