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Seven Scrawny Cows: Our Global Financial Crisis

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AD 2008, Volume 7, Issue 2

In honor of the Christmas of 2008, our intent had been to present you with an issue dedicated to the glories of Chocolate, but when your tummy is as hollow as the FED, and your big toe is peeping through the front of those Italian leather shoes, Godiva isn’t nearly as welcome as a steaming bowl of beef stew and butter melting over a dictionary-thick slab of hot sourdough.

Perhaps the first thing you’ll want to know is how did it come to this? This issue of St. Anne’s Public House is devoted to a blow by blow post mortem on America’s fallen gods, and the ensuing global economic famine.

Joining us on the autopsy is Llewellyn Rockwell, founder of the Ludwig von Mises institute, who talks with us about the FED and American monetary policy. Dr. Scott Nelson of the College of William and Mary explains the Real Great Depression… of 1873. Also Peter Schiff, president and chief strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, gives us some counsel on the way forward.

Pull up a chair, fill your pint, and get this hardback copy to join the conversation. (Hardback)

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Contents:

01 Editorial: Joost Nixon
02 An American Proverb
03 Music: “Slacker Blues”, by William Brooks on Karma Dogs
04 Interview: Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr., founder of the Ludwig von Mises Institute
05 Music: “Grey Funnel Line”, by Shira Kammen on Music of Waters
06 Slave Grading, by Joost Nixon
07 On Rudyard Kipling
08 New England Proverb
09 Global Spiritual Warming, by Warren Lewis
10 Interview: Dr. Scott Reynolds Nelson, professor of history at the College of William and Mary
11 Music: “You Are too Expensive for Me”, by Thornshee Burnside on Blues and Misc
12 Interview: Peter Schiff, president and chief strategist of Euro Pacific Capital
13 Credits

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