Ezra Pound & Secrets of the Federal Reserve

The  original  book,  published  under  the  title  Mullins  On  The  Federal  Reserve, was  commissioned  by  the  poet  Ezra  Pound  in  1948.  Ezra Pound  was  a  political  prisoner  for  thirteen  and  a  half  years  at  St. Elizabeth’s  Hospital,  Washington,  D.C.  (a  Federal  institution  for the insane). His release was accomplished largely through the efforts of Mr. Mullins.  Pound was perhaps the greatest literary figure of the 20th Century, having mentored of sorts four Nobel Prize winners – Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, T.S. Elliot and William Butler Yeats.


The research at the Library of Congress was directed and reviewed daily  by  George  Stimpson,  founder  of  the  National  Press  Club  in  Washington,  whom  The  New  York  Times  on  September  28,  1952  called,   “A   highly   regarded   reference   source   in   the   capitol.   Government  officials,  Congressmen,  and  reporters  went  to  him  for  information on any subject.”

Published in 1952 by Kasper and Horton, New York, the original book was  the  first  nationally-circulated  revelation  of  the  secret  meetings  of  the  international  bankers  at  Jekyll  Island,  Georgia,  1907-1910,  at  which  place  the  draft  of  the  Federal  Reserve  Act  of  1913  was  written.

Read Secrets of the Federal Reserve here

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