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The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve Quotes

G. Edward Griffin
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"The New Jersey railway station was bitterly cold that night. Flurries of the year's first snow swirled around street lights" (Chapter 1, The Journey to Jekyll Island, pg. 1.)

"Penn Central was the nation's largest railroad with 96,000 employees and a payroll of $20 million a week. In 1970, it also became the nation's biggest bankruptcy" (Chapter Three, Protectors of the Public, pg. 41.)

"Wait a minute! What are junk bonds anyway? This may come as a surprise, but those held by S&Ls were anything but junk"
(Chapter 4, Home, Sweet Home, pg. 78.)


"The bottom line is that most of those loans will never be repaid! As we have seen, the name of the game is bailout, and it is as certain as the setting sun that, somewhere down the line, Russia will not be able to make her payments, and the taxpayers and the industrialized nations will be put through the IMF wringer...

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