Secrets of the Temple, How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country

Secrets of the Temple, How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country

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Reveals how the Federal Reserve under Paul Volcker engineered changes in America's economy

Simon and Schuster
William Greider’s groundbreaking bestseller reveals how the mighty and mysterious Federal Reserve operates—and manipulates and the world’s economy.

This ground-breaking best-seller reveals for the first time how the mighty and mysterious Federal Reserve operates—and how it manipulated and transformed both the American economy and the world's during the last eight crucial years. Based on extensive interviews with all the major players, Secrets of the Temple takes us inside the government institution that is in some ways more secretive than the CIA and more powerful than the President or Congress.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 1989
Edition: First Touchstone edition
ISBN: 9780671479893
067147989X
9780671675561
0671675567
Branch Call Number: 332.11 GREID
Characteristics: 798 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes: "A Touchstone book."

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gstorbeck
Sep 14, 2013

The finest of subversive literature. I have no doubt as to the scholarship of this work, or the interpretations of the author. I had to read this in college and was quite rattled. A warning, the secrets are not happy ones.

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BRENTHORYN
Dec 22, 2009

page 103?

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