Money, Banking And The Federal Reserve is an analytical 40 minute documentary film which analyzes the highs and lows of the Federal Reserve System which was created in 1913 and is the sole and the central controlling authority of America’s banking and the nation’s monetary system. With its headquarters in Washington DC, this bank is under the chairmanship of Ben Bernanke. Its objectives were created by the Congress party of America and these objectives makes this system superior and unaccountable to all.
Money, Banking And The Federal Reserve: This documentary film discusses the functioning of this system and tells that this sole controlling authority has no budget maintenance, no audit system and no Congress committee or individual is potential to control its operation. This diva-like-monster is a complex institution on which the economy of whole America is based. But the fact is that most American think of the Federal Reserve System as simply dollar billing system and have no information about how recklessly this system can play with their hard-earned money.
Even on new social media, this system is still higher than the obligations of American economists. A little about its foundation is known to the general public but what on earth this system actually is, is still a question for those who consider. This fascinating documentary film was released in 1996 and gained a lot of attention from all over the world. However, it was equally criticized too as it unveils the hidden chapters of the American economy in the clearest manner. This documentary film also raises several accusations on American economic policy makers and the American government for keeping this system behind iron curtains for years.
Money, Banking And The Federal Reserve: It includes analytical explanations by economists and experts. This documentary film is dedicated to the graceful Dr. Murray N. Rothbard – the Vice President of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, for his prolific services in money and banking. It also features Lew Rockwell – president of the Mises Institute, Ron Paul, Hens Hoppe and Joseph Salerno.
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