A one-day seminar by G. Edward Griffin. This widely acclaimed seminar focuses on the history of a three-century quest for control over the world’s money systems. Here is the story of the Rothschilds, the Warburgs, the Selligmans, the Morgans, and Rockefellers. It is the story of the takeover of the Bank of England in 1694, the battle waged by Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, and Lincoln to prevent a similar takeover of our own money system; the final victory of the banking interests in 1913 with the establishment of the Federal Reserve System; the role of this group in the Crash of 1929; its continuing effect of today’s inflation, the national debt crisis, the pending collapse of currency; and what to expect as the monetary structure comes apart in the days ahead. Five hours on 3 audio cassettes.
This seminar was conducted while Mr. Grffin was preparing his book for publication and should not be confused with his newest presentation entitled A Crash Course on Money, which is available only as a live seminar in major cities. Recordings of A Crash Course are not currently available. When they are, there will be very little overlap, and the two seminars will highly compliment each other.
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