Lew Rockwell, founder and chairman of the Mises Institute, discusses the Federal Reserve System’s disastrous 100-year history; the rising popularity of Austrian economics thanks in large part to Ron Paul; achieving a brighter future by eschewing Keynes and taking away the government’s control of the money supply; the problem with artificially low interest rates; and why central banking is nearly the worst thing to ever happen to mankind.

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