On 14th October 2020, Antal E. Fekete, the Hungarian-Canadian economist who saw himself as a monetary theorist following the tradition of Carl Menger, died in Budapest. In 2014, in his last public appearance documented on film, Antal Fekete looked back on his life and his contributions to economics. The conversation took place at the scholarium in Vienna and is published for the first time.
Beginning of a 17-part video series, with a new episode every Tuesday. Learn about the economic and societal connections that the inventors of the current monetary system don't want you to know about.
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US-Congressman Ron Paul's final speech on the House floor before leaving Congress after 23 years in office.