The demise of the dollar is looming, and it is poised to die in a flaming, downward spiral. When it hits bottom, the United States will fall into chaos, plunging to a third-world status.
Monetary expert and executive Craig R. Smith and former think tank futurist Lowell Ponte explain how the Inflatocracy took over our government – and provide seven ways to stop it.
Sovereign nations don't have to borrow their money into existence, yet the U.S. has done so since 1913. You cannot "pay down" the national debt because all of our money is created out of debt.
“The Great American Bank Robbery” offers the first careful and thorough analysis of public policy's role in the calamity. With stinging clarity, it indicts the real culprits – many of whom have returned to the scene of the crime in Washington.
F.A. Hayek gives an impassioned warning against the dangers of applying collectivist ideals to economics. This bestseller shows how increasing government control on economics leads to situations equivalent to those of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy.
Dr. Cleon Skousen proves how and why America is an economic powerhouse. From the principles of the Founding Fathers to the structure of the federal government, Skousen explains the design of the nation that literally made a 5,000-year leap in progress.
A classic discussion about the relationship between economics and freedom, this international bestseller illustrates the alarming rate at which our personal freedom has been eroded by government regulations and agencies.
In the 40th Anniversary Edition of this classic text, Milton Friedman describes his economic philosophy, explaining how capitalism is vital for economic and political freedom.
In this compelling narrative, G. Edward Griffin gives us a closer look at the intrigue and inner workings of the Federal Reserve.
F.A. Hayek presents an argument for the free-market case. Hayek describes repeated failures in the practical application of socialism, tracing these failures back to the error of the socialist ideology.
Inflation is coming, this book argues, because the United States now has combined short-term and long-term obligations of more than $120 trillion.
Arthur Laffer, Stephen Moore and Peter J. Tanous give a much-needed warning against the bad policies that will produce a bad economy. Their alarming evidence is a striking case for free-market capitalism.
"Economic Facts and Fallacies" exposes some of the most popular fallacies about economic issues – and does so in a lively manner and without requiring any prior knowledge of economics by the readers.
This book examines economic policies not simply in terms of their immediate effects but also in terms of their later repercussions, which are often very different and longer lasting.
Historian Jim Powell’s controversial book argues that the celebrated New Deal actually deepened the Great Depression and gave the federal government excessive power. Discover how FDR’s federal programs caused America more hurt than help.
The central driving force of capitalism, according to Marx, was in the exploitation and alienation of labor. Karl Marx’s “Das Kapital” was the book that formed the economic and political systems that, in the 20th century, dominated half the earth.
Prof. Robert Murphy shatters the economic myths that the liberal media is circulating. Most of what is widely accepted as economic fact is actually a lie, and Murphy sets out to reveal the truth behind these so-called “facts.”
Reporter Paul Muolo explains what you need to know about the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act. In easy-to-understand language, he exposes the positives and negatives of the proposed bailout and its implications for the future.
Jerome R. Corsi and Craig R. Smith expose the fraudulent science that has made America so vulnerable: the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and that it is a finite resource.
There is a war on capitalism, and Thomas DiLorenzo is fighting back with the truth. From the Pilgrims to Bill Gates, he shows how capitalism made America the most prosperous country in the world and how government regulations damage the economy.
This essay was written in 1962 and this edition includes Rothbard's sweeping introduction from 1991, in which he argues that the true gold standard is more viable than ever.