The Creature from Jekyll Island
by G. Edward Griffin

There are a lot of new books coming out on the problem with the Federal Reserve, but one of the best is The Creature from Jekyll Island.

To fully comprehend the situation in connection with the U.S. $3.5 trillion national debt, the effects of compound inflation since 1913 (the time around which the Federal Reserve and Income Tax were started), our entry into World War I through the sinking of the Lusitania as well as the current effects of fractional reserve banking, currency backed with T-bonds, the War System, the Mandrake Mechanism and seven reasons why the Federal Reserve Act must be recinded, this is a good place to start.

Mr. Griffin has written a very well researched and readable, 600-page book which ties together many loose ends on the subject of banking and money - things you may have heard about over the years, but weren't sure how it all fit together. There are also some excellent photographs throughout the book as well as an extensive bibliography.

Although the book presents a pessimistic scenario of what will happen to you, your country and world if nothing is changed, it ends up with a positive program on how things can be gradiently dealt with and improved by writing your congressmen and following a personal program.

To read a detailed, independent book review of The Creature from Jekyll Island, click here. This book is probably at your local library or bookstore, but if not, you can order a copy by clicking on the book and entering the title of the book in at the AMAZON.COM search engine or go to G. Edward Griffin's web site, the Reality Zone, and purchase it directly.

The Creature from Jekyll Island
by G. Edward Griffin

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