Federal Reserve born Christmas 1913 as the ‘Constitution of Peace’
If you think you’ve heard everything about how politicians describe legislation, well, think again. One hundred four years ago, President Woodrow Wilson, in a signing ceremony with Cabinet members and congressional leaders, called the legislation establishing the Federal Reserve a “Constitution of Peace” with business interests. His audience at the time applauded wildly, according to press…
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