Jerry Bowyer says George Gilder’s “The Scandal of Money” may be the most important political book of the year.

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At Forbes.com, Jerry Bowyer says George Gilder’s “The Scandal of Money” may be the most important political book of the year.

From the WSJ, Ben Eisen says the Fed may be throwing us on a nightmarish merry-go-round.

In the WSJ, Ian Talley writes the US and Japan are heading for a standoff over Yen devaluation.

From CNBC, UBS believes equity markets are scared of the Fed.

At Investor’s Business Daily, Terry Jones writes after 8 years of radical monetary moves, the Fed is still in a box.

From FT, Sam Fleming argues the Fed has put investor’s on notice over rates.

At Bloomberg, Peter Levring wonders if the link between monetary policy and inflation is fractured.

At Alt-M, George Selgin discusses Eric Posner’s paper on the legality of the Fed’s last-resort lending.

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