Gold vs. Paper

Gold vs. Paper
Catalog # SKU0132
Weight 2.00 lbs
Author Name Antony Sutton


by Antony C. Sutton

A Cartoon History of Inflation and the Money Power is about our money and economics "experts" who "solve" problems they do not understand in the first place, thereby creating more problems.

This book is irreverent and at times insulting. We have no apologies. We believe the time has come to pin back the ears of the politicians, the bankers and their allies who are wrecking the lives of decent citizens with their misguided monetary schemes.

We believe gold to be the future of the United States. This belief makes us upbeat and positive, not fatalistic. The gloom and doom we have made light of is simply the shadow cast by the credit creators and the paper-money factory operators.

Finally, we want to lighten the load of learning about money and inflation and to aid others in understanding the causes of our financial mess.

The cartoons, some of the best work of American cartoonists, are arranged to form a story line for those who prefer pictures to words. The text is an explanation of the age-old battle between gold and created credit, inflation if you will, for those readers with deeper curiosity.

Note: This is not a children's cartoon book. It contains editorial cartoons with one of the best exposé's on the money fraud by one of the world's leading experts in the field of real money vs. the fraud.

About the Author:

Antony C, Sutton, D.Sc. was born in London, England in 1925, spent most of his life in the United States and has been a citizen for 40 years.

With an academic background in economics and engineering, Sutton has worked in mining exploration, iron and steel industries before graduate school at UCLA. In the 1960's he was Professor of Economics at California State University, Los Angeles, followed by seven years as a Research Fellow at Stanford University.

While at the Hoover Institution (Stanford), Sutton wrote the three volume definitive work on Soviet Technology, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development (still in print after 25 years). This was followed by National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union (Arlington House) which accused the Establishment of killing Americans in Vietnam with our own technology. Hoover Institution, under pressure from the White House, arbitrarily converted Sutton to a "non-person" by removing his Fellowship.

Intrigued by the powerful forces behind this assault, he then researched and wrote another three volumes on the financial and political support given by Wall Street international bankers to three variants of socialism. These were published as Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, Wall Street and the Rise Hitler and Wall Street and FDR (all in the 1970's).

After leaving Stanford, Sutton edited The Phoenix Letter, a monthly newsletter on the Abuse of Power (still published today) and in 1990 started another newsletter, Future Technology Intelligence Report, covering suppressed technology.

In philosophy a strong constitutionalist, the author freely expresses his contempt for Washington usurpation of political power...but always based on the facts.

8 1/2 x 11, 169 pages, Paperback - perfect bound

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