It can easily seem like Rothbard wrote this book just a few weeks ago.
If you really want to understand the mystery of how money is created, what inflation is, and how the modern banking system evolved, you will not be disappointed.
A great explanation of the history of banking and the monetary system as well as the economy.
Very analytical and descriptive. Rothbard is very forward and to the point. Like much of his work it encouraged the reader to think critically.Published 3 months ago by Samuel Scott
I am not a fan of the Fed, which has set upon a course of inflating the currency to steal the few pennies I was able to save during my working life, and use them to enable the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Interested customer
If you want to finally understand how the current banking system (based on the concept of the fraction reserve system - i.e. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charles H. Rosa
This book provides great insight on the US banking system and the issues that it causes. It is a must read to educate yourself on banking fundamentals and how they affect your... Read morePublished 5 months ago by NLC
Plain language. Simple and straight into the point. Never read something more compact and valuable on the subject. Wish found this book ages ago. Would recommend everybody.Published 6 months ago by Oleg Zgursky
i acquire this book sometimes back in the late 1990s. I read the book and was impressed and urge others to read it. I understood the concepts and explanations. Read morePublished 7 months ago by se7ensnakes
Well take a good look at our economy, the government spending...time to open our eyes, be proactive, and self educate!!Published 10 months ago by Ruthann
Really. This is all you need to understand the modern fractional reserve banking system. Make the effort to read and understand it.Published 14 months ago by Justin Milling
Professor Rothbards book is an eye-opener to the whole problem of inflation by the state and its grip on fiat money via central banks. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Johannes Kaspar