The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve

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American Media, 1995 - Banks and banking - 608 pages
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I read this book about 15 years ago. I have no background in banking or business classes, but this book (if you are not intimidated by it's size) was easy to read, written for the laymen (or a regular housewife as I was at the time) and took me step by step to an indepth understanding of the federal banking system and how it works (and how it's not Federal at all). I'm educated, have a BS in comp sci and engineering, however, banking has always been a mystery. Not anymore. 

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Excellent. He gets a bit carried away in describing some of the global coordination efforts; not that some of them did not occur but rather the extent to which they were coordinated by a small group ... Read full review

Contents

WHAT CREATURE IS THIS?
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The Name of the Game Is Bailout
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Protectors of the Public
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Copyright

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Griffin is a writer and documentary film producer. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he majored in speech and communications. He is President of American Media in Southern California.

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