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by Andre Eggelletion

What the average person does not know about the directors of our monetary policy, the Federal Reserve, is the fact that there is absolutely nothing "Federal" about the Federal Reserve System, and neither does it have any "Reserves." In his astonishing new book, "Thieves in the Temple: America under the Federal Reserve System," Andre Eggelletion reveals facts about how the American economy operates that every American deserves to know. He establishes a historical perspective, by discussing the definitions and functions of money, and how the idea of a central banking system evolved through American history.
Download Thieves in the Temple: America Under the Federal Reserve System epub
ISBN: 0975965484
ISBN13: 978-0975965481
Category: Business
Subcategory: Economics
Author: Andre Eggelletion
Language: English
Publisher: WT Gregory Publishing Company; First Edition edition (November 2004)
Pages: 256 pages
ePUB size: 1722 kb
FB2 size: 1369 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 109
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lot of stuff i didn't know. Will read this book a few more times.
great read
Thieves in the Temple is a relatively easy read on this challenging topic. The author writes in a dramatic style that reminded me of a preacher. He's more of a rhetoritician than an academic. But that's okay. His message is succinct and worth hearing. However, history and events have overtaken this book. The past six months have been a historic exclamation point to the author's basic thesis- that the banks have way too much power and the little man is being consistently screwed. I'm certain that there is an updated analysis of the present situation in the works.
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First off, I can't believe that no one else has written a review on this, but anyway....

Overall this book is very insightful, basically it took an idea I was familiar with, and expanded on it. I really liked that the author explained fractional banking and all the other stuff because economically I am an idiot.

It is a scary subject that doesn't receive much airplay.

The only problem I had with the book was the random tangeants and his problems with George Bush. Don't get me wrong, I am not a Bush supporter, not by any means, but in the middle of talking about the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913 he goes off on a tangeant about Bush stealing the election. Did it happen?, probably, but it really didn't fit here at all.

Overall it was good, but I just wish he would have kept his agenda out of it.
Mr. Eggelletion is to be commended on his research and his effort to relate the intricacies of the Federal Reserve system in a common sense way even a child could understand. The author is sharing the truth of a failing monetary system backed by nothing but promises, and a warning of what is to come. Essential reading for everyone who has an eye on the future!
should allow everyone to "see inside book" on every book on, not just a few books. I might buy more books if I could see inside every book. This book is a good read. I learned much that I didn't find in other books on this subject.
Like the 3-star rating implies: it's okay.