Protocols of the Federal Reserve

Sean Wilentz explores the virulent anti-Semitic roots of Glenn Beck and the rest of the tea party crowd.

On September 22nd, amid a diatribe about House, Beck cited a passage from “Secrets of the Federal Reserve,” by Eustace Mullins. The book, commissioned in 1948 by Ezra Pound, is a startlingly anti-Semitic fantasy of how a Jewish-led conspiracy of all-powerful bankers established the Federal Reserve in service of their plot to dominate the world.

Read more in the The New Yorker

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