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The Case for Gold by Ron Paul and Lewis Lehrman

The Case for Gold: A Minority Report of the United States Gold Commission by Ron Paul My rating: 4 of 5 stars This thoughtful, well-researched examination of America’s monetary predicament has only become more relevant in the 31 years since … Continue reading

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The Golden Revolution by John Butler

The Golden Revolution: How to Prepare for the Coming Global Gold Standard by John Butler My rating: 4 of 5 stars This sometimes academic-sounding book takes a levelheaded look at the implications of a global return to the gold standard–a … Continue reading

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The Ages of Gold by Timothy Green

The Ages of Gold by Timothy Green My rating: 4 of 5 stars As I type these words on the morning of Saturday 24 September 2011, the price of gold rests at $1,657.20 an ounce after having tumbled about $150 … Continue reading

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will you join the Party when it’s time?

The study of history makes a man wise and judicious. So says Ludwig von Mises on page 30 of Human Action. If he’s right, that would make a powerful reason for anyone to study history—and I think he is right. … Continue reading

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a day’s reading

I suppose that my reading, like my philosophy, is eclectic. At first I was going to say that it’s not eclectic, but when I looked up eclectic I changed my mind: 1: selecting what appears to be best in various … Continue reading

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