The Scourge of Keynesian Central Banking, Part 1

Once upon a time monetary policy was about Money—its integrity and the stable purchasing power thereof. Indeed, during his landmark congressional testimony of 1912, J.P. Morgan implied that “policy” was not even a matter of debate when he famously said that: “Money is gold, nothing else.” At length, US central bankers put increasingly more of a squinty […]
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