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June 2023
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Reforming America's Ailing Money Regime

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Reforming America's Ailing Money Regime

In-Person Event
Hudson Institute
June 19, 2023
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June 2023
In-Person Event

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Speakers:
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Brendan Brown

Senior Fellow

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Alex J. Pollock

Senior Fellow, Mises Institute

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Harold Furchtgott-Roth

Senior Fellow and Director, Center for the Economics of the Internet

The Biden administration has weaponized the dollar, and for years the Federal Reserve implemented excessive quantitative easing. Now banks face a liquidity crisis while inflation is on the rise. Moreover, the Fed is now losing money for the first time since 1916. Can the United States save its crisis-prone 50-year-old dollar regime?

This event will discuss the failed policy of 2-percent inflation, the restoration of a true monetary base, checks and balances on the Federal Reserve, free market interest rates, and other fundamental reforms to America’s ailing money regime.

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