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Published on Feb 22, 2010
On the MisesBlog, a commentary by Finlandian Kaj Grussner titled "The dangers of Monetary Reform" explicitly attacked the American Monetary Institute's Stephen Zarlenga and his approach to the science of money. Being of the Kitson, Soddy, Simons, Fisher school I posted some comments on this Mises Blogpost, as I have done many times over the years. I was very surprised and disappointed that my comments were censored, it being the first time that I can remember this has happened. Is monetary reform, a la the Stephen Zarlenga recipe, so dangerous as to be contagious to the fertile minds of the new, younger folks who are tuning in to the Austrian School alternative to the private Federal Reserve system? Whatever they do at Mises, do NOT let the younger readers discover Stephen's supporter Ben Dyson, because then they are in real trouble. So, what's the Austrian dough-boy afraid of?