The Case Against the Fed
|The Case Against the Fed|
|Author(s)||Murray N. Rothbard|
|Publisher||Ludwig von Mises Institute|
The Case Against the Fed is a book by American economist Murray Rothbard. Heralded by the Ludwig von Mises Institute as "the most powerful case against the American central bank ever written", it offers a mini-treatment of money and banking theory, followed by the real history of the Federal Reserve System. The text covers the struggle between competing elites and how they converged with the Fed.
Rothbard calls for the abolition of the central bank and a restoration of the gold standard. His popular treatment incorporates the best and most up-to-date scholarship on the Fed's origins and effects.
 See also
- The Creature from Jekyll Island
- The Mystery of Banking
- End the Fed
- "Modern Money Mechanics"
- What Has Government Done to Our Money?
- The Case for a Genuine Gold Dollar
- The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar
- Resources page at Mises.org (including full text)
- Articles, essays and reviews
- The Freeman review: The Case Against the Fed (republished as Mises Daily here)
- Mises Review: "The Bankers' Cartel" by David Gordon, Spring 1995 (republished as Mises Daily here)
- The Case Against the Fed Book Review by Randy Radic, May 2010 (republished at LRC here)
- "Book of the Month: Case Against the Fed" by Danny Sanchez, February 2012