FRANCE THEN, AMERICA NOW: WHEN CENTRAL BANKS BREAK BAD

In an interview with KIVA yesterday, financial advisor Greg Zanetti took listeners on a journey back to France’s 18th century, in order to look ahead to a likely development in America’s 21st century.

Three hundred years ago, Scotland-born John Law engineered the creation of one of the world’s first central banks. Mired in debt at the time, France needed…

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