Federal Reserve

The powers of Congress are described in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution, and the creation of a central bank like the Federal Reserve is not listed as one of those powers. The Federal Reserve is charged with protecting the value of the dollar through managing our nation's monetary policy. However, since its inception in 1913, the dollar has lost 95 percent of its value under the Federal Reserve's monetary oversight. The John Birch Society advocates abolishing the Federal Reserve.

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Restore Constitutional Money

Restore Constitutional Money

Current practices have driven the value of a dollar down 97% and caused an economic roller coaster. Restoring constitutional money is important for protecting our wealth and ultimately for a strong economy. Learn how to do so today!

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