Mises Circle in Fort Worth
June 2, 2018Fort Worth, Texas
Join us in Dallas-Ft. Worth for a no-holds barred look at the US economy and political landscape. We'll enjoy three engaging and provocative speakers, all of whom appear frequently in media outlets and at financial conferences around the world. We'll consider financial cronyism, electoral politics, and the reality of whether the American (and global) economy will survive them intact in 2018 and beyond.
Danielle DiMartino Booth worked at New York investment houses before joining the Dallas Bank of the Federal Reserve. Her years working with (relative) Fed Hawk Richard Fisher led to the publication of Fed Up: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America, a full-throated expose of how the Fed benefits elites at the expense of ordinary people.
Nomi Prins is a Wall Street veteran and expert on central bank mischief. Her books All the President's Bankers and Collusion detail the cronyism and secret dealing of central banks, making the case against unchecked power in the hands of an elite class of bankers and their revolving-door clients at the Treasury and Fed.
Dr. Yuri Maltsev is a Soviet expatriate who worked as an economist in the Gorbachev era of "reforms." He makes the strong case against what he terms "crony socialism," detailing how politics, bureaucracy, and self-dealing monetary planners work against the cause of greater peace and prosperity.
Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute.
The event takes place June 2, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the City Club of Fort Worth, 301 Commerce Street. Includes a full brunch buffet and no-host bar with Bloody Marys and mimosas.
Authors' books will be for sale and they are happy to autograph.
Special thanks to Klaas and Anastasia Talsma for making this event possible.
Students scholarships are available. Apply here.
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