Edwin Vieira, in Part Nine of Our Series, Says the ‘Silence Is Deafening’
Any close observer of contemporary discussions of monetary policy must become disheartened by the tendency to treat that subject as a matter of politics, economics, and social effects, with little to no consideration of its necessary foundation in monetary law — and, even more to the point, of the dependence of monetary law on the Constitution of the United States.
Yet it would seem axiomatic that, to be taken seriously, any monetary
policy must be based upon the legally (rather than merely politically)
correct answers to certain salient questions, such as:...........To Read More....