American Principles Project - Link to embargoed testimony for today's monetary hearings

Dear monetary policy observer:

Today, at 10 AM, the House Financial Services subcommittee on domestic monetary policy will hold hearings.  Our senior economics advisor described these in a column, yesterday, in, as "the most important monetary hearings to be held on Capitol Hill since the Nixon Shock that “temporarily” closed the gold window in 1971."  Full article, which was quickly picked up by 1000+ websites:

The American Principles Project gold standard advisory board member Lewis E. Lehrman has provided us with a nonpublic link to his written statement.  He has authorized us to share it with you.  Please respect the embargo noted on the copy:  In addition, you may view the written statement of James Grant, which is not embargoed, here:

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