The 1913 Federal Reserve Act created the modern day Federal Reserve system. In this lecture we explain the basics of what the law did and how the Fed influences the economy. Perfect for APGOV students or anyone seeking an overview of US Monetary policy. Warning! This is not a conspiracy video, YouTube has enough of those already.
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