Fall Meeting 2011: Uncle Sam: Desperately Seeking Money
Annual Fall Dinner Meeting Thursday, October 20, 2011 – October Reservations Form
The Union League Club 38 E. 37th Street, New York City
A powerful program with speakers covering conditions in China, Europe,
Great Britain, the United States, with a conclusion on what the US must do.
From Singapore: James Rogers,
with his unique view of China’s economy.
(A special exchange with Jim via Skype)
From the Great Britain: Alasdair MacLeod,
with more of his London GATA Speech, “Beyond the Tipping Point,” from his articles,
“Keynes vs Hayek” and “2011 – The year when money starts to die.”
From the United States:
Read: “Reckless Endangerment,” Co-authors Gretchen Morgenson and Joshua Rosner
Josh Rosner on the American market of 2008, the steepest downturn since the Great Depression,
called the worst financial calamity of modern time.
Walker Todd, CMRE Director, Read CMRE Monograph No. 51, “From Constitutional Republic
to Corporate State: The Federal Reserve Board 1931-1934” (Order from CMRE)
Lewis E. Lehrman, Founder of the Lehrman Institute, Gold Standard US.
The True Gold Standard: A Monetary Reform Plan without Reserve Currencies
How We Get from Here to There
Prof. Thomas Rustici, Professor of Economics and Economic History, George Mason University
His understanding of money draws crowded class rooms.
Dr. Edwin Vieira, author of the major books on Money and Law – basis for his reputation as the sage of monetary education.
Both Prof. Rustici and Dr. Vieira have received standing ovations.
Chris Powell, Secretary Treasurer of Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee,
Managing Editor, Journal Inquirer, Manchester, CT.
Answers the question: Where in the world is the gold?
Early Reservations by Mail Recommended – Registration and Gathering begin at 4:00 PM Oct. 20.
Contact: Elizabeth Currier, email: CMRE@bellsouth.net
10004 Greenwood Court, Charlotte, NC 28215 704-598-3717