Ron Paul has made “End the Fed” a popular slogan, but some people worry that this is a radical untested idea. In part, this is because it is human nature to fear the unknown.
But there are plenty of examples of policy reforms that used to be considered radical but are now commonplace.
This list could go on, but the pattern is always the same. People assume something has to be done by government because “that’s the way it’s always been.” Then reform begins to happen and the myth is busted.
But is money somehow different? Not according to some experts.
Here’s some of what John Stossel wrote in a recent column.
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