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Please see the latest links to television interviews, radio interviews and podcasts and print reviews: Fed Up:  An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America. | Barnes & | Indie   |   Books•A•Million


CNBC  I didn’t hear ‘balance’ or ‘sheet’ 

CNBC Asia: Is the Fed bad for America?

CNBC: Fed policy can be offset to Trump’s economic plans

The Street — Here Is How the Federal Reserve Could End the Bull Market in Stocks

Bloomberg:  Has the Federal Reserve Been Bad for the Economy?

CNBC:  The Fed is bad for America—but getting rid of it isn’t the answer



Time — The Fed Still Has On Its Beer Goggles

Forbes — President Trump, Heed Fed Up’s Big Reveal Of How The Fed Can Be Toxic To Greatness 

Bank shot:  Former Dallas staffer Danielle DiMartino Booth tells tale of Fed power gone awry

The Hill — After 104 years, Fed practices need a facelift. Badly. 

Bloomberg — Consumers are Too Giddy When it Comes to Borrowing

Marketwatch Review by Caroline Baum:  Opinion — ‘Fed Up’ exposes the elite rot of the Federal Reserve

TheUnseen Review of Fed Up

Wall Street Journal  — Former Fed Staffer Says Central Bank Is Under the Thumb of Academics 

Value Walk — Danielle DiMartino Booth: An Insider Exposes The Evils Of The Fed

Evergreen Virtual Advisor — Guest EVA

Reuter’s — Review: Defending America against the Fed

Danielle DiMartino Booth: An Insider Exposes The Evils Of The Fed

Book Review of Fed Up — The Mastermind Within



Fixing the Fed: How to Reform America’s Central Bank — Author Danielle DiMartino Booth discusses her recent book, an insider’s look at the Federal Reserve with Knowledge@Warton


MacroVoices:  Erik Townsend welcomes Danielle DiMartino Booth to MacroVoices

WSJ MONEYBEAT Are You ‘Fed Up’ With the Fed? So Is This Veteran of the Bank

X22Report Spotlight: “We Have Been Put On Notice, The Debt Is Unsustainable:Danielle DiMartino Booth”

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