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Forbes: Time to Go Back to the Gold Standard

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August 1, 2011
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Steve Forbes, Forbes Media Chairman, discusses the importance of returning to the gold standard and explains how the United States could do so in this interview with Fox Business Network. Listen here. For further discussion with Mr. Forbes, save the date for Atlas’s Liberty Forum on November 8-9 in New York City. For more information, […]

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A Golden Moment?

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July 25, 2011
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Article and photo originally published at The Weekly Standard William Kristol July 24, 2011 Judy Shelton makes the case in the new issue of THE WEEKLY STANDARD for the “Gold Standard or Bust.” Sound finances, she points out, require sound money, and sound money, it turns out, seems to require a dollar as good as […]

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Gold Standard or Bust

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July 25, 2011
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Article and photo originally published at The Weekly Standard August 1, 2011 As the truth-or-dare battle over raising the debt ceiling moves toward a resolution of some sort, we are witnessing a unique political moment, with attention finally riveted on our nation’s fiscal future. We are about to learn whether there is such a thing […]

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Return of the Gold Standard as World Order Unravels

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July 18, 2011
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Article and photo originally found at The Telegraph, July 18, 2011, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard As the twin pillars of international monetary system threaten to come tumbling down in unison, gold has reclaimed its ancient status as the anchor of stability. The spot price surged to an all-time high of $1,594 an ounce in London, lifting silver […]

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Guía para el Buen Dinero

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July 13, 2011
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The Atlas Economic Research Foundation is proud to introduce the Spanish translation of A Guide to Sound Money, Guía para el Buen Dinero. Atlas would like to thank Luis Loria, an Atlas Think Tank MBA alumnus and President of the Asociación Nacional de Fomento Económico-ANFE (National Association for Economic Development), for his contributions to the […]

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Lagarde’s Golden Opportunity

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July 6, 2011
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Article and photo originally found at The Wall Street Journal: Opinion Europe Author: Dr. Judy Shelton It can be hard to remember these days, but the International Monetary fund started out as an undeniable force for good. Even as World War II was raging in July 1944, delegates from dozens of nations convened at the […]

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Founding Fathers were no Fans of Paper Money

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July 1, 2011
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Originally posted at: National Review Online by Deroy Murdok July 1, 2011 Photo Courtesy of Human Events, July 1, 2011 “NEW YORK–If a time machine whisked Americas Founding Fathers from Philadelphia on July 4, 1776 to Washington, D.C.’s Bureau of Engraving and Printing on Independence Day, 2011, what might they think? Watching high-speed presses spew giant […]

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