The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve

By G. Edward Griffin

Synopsis: This book chronicles the story and workings of the secret combination that seeks control over the world (see Ether 8:24-25). Though not written by an LDS author and not written from a religious viewpoint, this book gives the details that a seeker after truth must know, while staying true to the correct worldview of Austrian Economics and the Constitution of the United States. Written for the layman to understand, this book gives details of history regarding money, banking and specific bankers, as well as their methods for usurping control of nations and ultimately the world. It reveals their ultimate plan to set up a feudalist-socialistic New World Order.

Strong Points: This book is tremendously well-written, easy to understand, and engaging to read. It also covers a wide range of topics, all that cross over to the main topic of discussion - the function and purpose of the Federal Reserve. Meticulously researched, the book will astonish the reader with undeniable evidence of the secret combination's plans. This book is highly recommended.

Weak Points: The book is not written in chronological order of the events discussed, but skips around a fair amount. This is not really problematic, however. The main disagreement I had (and I had very, very few), was the author's dismissal of the idea that Kennedy was assassinated by the secret combination. I disagree, and I found his justifications for his position to be insufficient for me.

Interesting: 4.8/5

Must Read: 4.2/5

Overall: 4.9/5 

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