In his new book, Set Money Free, RPI contributing writer Chris Rossini has managed to explore the dark nexus between the United States’ dishonest monetary system and that system’s usefulness in financing the US military empire.
Chris asks the following questions:
- What if government had the ability to finance any war that it wants?
- What if Americans were forced to pay for wars, without having a financial check on the government’s aspirations?
- What if government had the ability to finance anything it wants in addition to the wars?
- What if such an unlimited power existed today?
The answer: It does! And it resides in The Federal Reserve.
As Ron Paul pointed out in his presidential campaigns and congressional career, Americans were born into a monetary system that they knew little about. The Fed was just there. No questions asked.
Today, thanks to Ron Paul’s efforts, millions around the world are questioning “central banking,” which is nothing more than central planning. Can freedom and central planning coexist? No! One must yield to the other at some point.
Rossini’s “Set Money Free” is written in plain language for the rest of us. It contains no banker jargon, no statistics, no tables, no charts.
Ron Paul has endorsed Rossini’s work, writing in a forward to the book:
I am so excited by Chris Rossini’s Set Money Free. In less than 250 pages, Chris not only explains Austrian economics and monetary policy, he provides a history of central banking in America. Chris explains why the Federal Reserve was responsible for the Great Depression, the stagflation of the 1970s, and the creation and collapse of the housing bubble in 2008.
Chris also explains how the Fed is the driving force behind the welfare-warfare state and how the Fed enriches the elites while harming average Americans. Set Money Free shows why Tea Party activists concerned about welfare spending, antiwar activists seeking to drive a stake in the heart of American militarism, Occupy activists looking to reduce income inequality, and all Americans concerned about their children’s economic future should support ending the Fed.
Set Money Free is an important work that explains the economic, philosophical, and historical case against the Fed. People looking to spread the ideas of liberty should consider buying multiple copies of this book to hand out to friends, relatives, and co-workers to show them why ending the Fed is key to restoring liberty, peace, and prosperity.
Chris Rossini has been so kind as to pledge to donate ten percent from the sale of “Set Money Free” to The Ron Paul Institute For Peace & Prosperity. Each purchase now acts as a one-two punch! Both the monetary Keynesians and the foreign policy Neocons take it on the chin with each sold copy of “Set Money Free”.
If you need more convincing, listen to Chris Rossini on the Tom Woods Show this week – you will want to buy this book: