• Campaign for Liberty
"As odd as it may seem, (Paul) has become one of the most influential Republicans in a capital city dominated by liberal Democrats. . . The subject that has brought him to prominence is the same issue that subjected him to ridicule from establishment Republicans for years: his long-standing opposition to the nation's monetary system and the Federal Reserve Board that prints money and controls its supply. 'On economic matters, he was seen as a way outside the mainstream,' University of Houston political scientist Richard Murray said. â€˜His views were somewhat 19th century in the view of a lot of economists.' Well, they say history repeats itself, and suddenly Paul's "19th-century" thinking seems appealing to those suffering through the first economic meltdown of the 21st century."
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