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G. Edward Griffin Writing Styles in The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve

G. Edward Griffin
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Perspective

The author's background was in financial planning, documentary filmmaking, and acting. He had been a radio station manager before the age of 20. His interests have been in Libertarian political philosophy, the search for Noah's arc, seeking a cure for cancer and strong individualism. He has been against the Federal Reserve System since the 1960s.

He took the point of view as that of a detective solving a mystery. His evidence was circumstantial in that he could see the results of actions but could not identify whether they had been planned or not. His take was that planning had to have been part of the story, and in fact was the whole story. A conspiracy to destroy the United States and all other sovereign countries has been going on since 1910. Of course economists would not agree with him because their very existence depended upon the conspiracy and the average...

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