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Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar, The

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Rothbard not only argues for the gold standard; he shows how it can be restored in a practical, step-by-step plan. No other system will stop the seemingly endless monetary inflation of the Federal Reserve system. He also makes his strongest case against fractional reserve banking.

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Rothbard shows how money must originate from a commodity. In an ideal system, a dollar would be a unit of weight, and paper money would operate strictly as warehouse receipts for the stock of the monetary metal. There would be no fractional reserve banking. Rothbard offers a rebuttal to the objections to a 100 percent gold dollar raised by Professor Leland Yeager.

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  • The Case for a 100 Percent Gold Dollar
  • Money and Freedom
  • The Dollar: Independent Name or Unit of Weight
  • The Decline from Weight to Name: Monopolizing the Mint
  • The Decline from Weight to Name: Encouraging Bank Inflation
  • 100 Percent Gold Banking
  • Objections to 100 Percent Gold
  • Professor Yeager and 100 Percent Gold
  • The 100 Percent Gold Tradition
  • The Road Ahead
ISBN 9780945466345
eISBN 9781610165693
UPC 094546634X
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2001
Binding PB
Page Length 75

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