1. Problems & Contradictions of Central Banking
2. A Brief History of Central Banking
3. The US Federal Reserve Bank: Origins & Toxic Legacies
4. Greenspan’s Bank: The ‘Typhon’ Monster Released
5. Bernanke’s Bank: Greenspan’s ‘Put’ on Steroids
6. The Bank of Japan: Harbinger of Things That Came
7. The European Central Bank under German Hegemony
8. The Bank of England’s Last Hurrah: From QE to Brexit
9. The People’s Bank of China Chases Its Shadows
10. Yellen’s Bank: From Taper Tantrum to Trump Trade
11. Why Central Banks Fail
Conclusion: Revolutionizing Central Banking in the Public Interest:
Embedding Change via Constitutional Amendment
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