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Thanks for posting this link, because I may not have found it otherwise.

Although Professor White seems to be an awful public speaker, he exudes a peculiar kind of humble conviction, and the content of this lecture was quite excellent. As someone who is still trying to figure out the kinks of free banking, it was a very useful talk.

I particularly liked White's emphasis on not having special rules for money, but treating it very much like any other commodity. But why is the Austrian school so mixed up and divided on this issue? Maybe I already know, but it doesn't seem credible!

Larry White on Free Banking also here: http://fee.org/audio/118/

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