Monetary policy has gone astray in recent decades, and Steve Forbes cuts through the topic’s usual complex jargon to show, through historical analysis and common sense, why current Fed policy has become destructive. Judy Shelton, co-director of Atlas Network’s Sound Money Project says of the book: “In Money, Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames brilliantly explore the powerful implications that derive from a simple truth: the essence of money is to communicate value. The world economy would thrive if people had access to sound, trustworthy money: confidence would book, trade would flourish, and political tensions would diminish. Money underscores the universal appeal of a golden anchor not as a throwback to an early era of monetary order but rather as a profoundly liberating and socially inclusive approach to global opportunity and greater future prosperity.”