The Birth of a New Currency by Ron Paul
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Ron Paul was the leading champion of sound money in all his years while in the United States Congress. Here he explains why sound money has meant the gold standard. Paul maps out a plan to bring about a dollar that would be protected against manipulation by government and central bankers. This monograph first appeared in 1981, and it has been in wide distribution ever since.
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The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF to supplement the official reserves of its member countries.
The SDR is not a currency. It is a potential claim on the freely usable currencies of IMF members. As such, SDRs can provide a country with liquidity.
A SDR is not a loan & is cost-free for all IMF members. Unlike an extended fund facility, the government does not have to request any arrangement & there is no repayment involved. All member countries can use their allocated SDRs unconditionally.
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