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... is the guest speaker scheduled for the 153rd meeting of the Karl Hess Club, to convene on March 19, 2007.


 

    Howard Hinman on "Gold Repositories (Don't Call Them Banks): Past Performance, Present Perils, and Future Prospects"
 

Howard Hinman will discuss the history of gold as a financial instrument from ancient times, through to the telegraph, E. C. Riegel, House of Reason's Gold Province, Anthony L. Hargis, the Gold Standard Corp, and the electronic repositories of today.  Hinman will also discuss the new gold mines in North America, and his predictions for future events regarding gold.

 

    About Howard Hinman
 

Howard Hinman has a Bachelor's degree from Cal State Fullerton.  He is a graduate of the last "Freedom School" taught on the West Coast by Robert LeFevre.  He is also a graduate of "Human Action Principles" and "Advanced Human Action Principles" as taught by Jay Stuart Snelson. 

Hinman is Co-Chair of the Society for Libertarian Life, and is active in many Future of Freedom ConferencesToastmasters International member since 1983.  He is currently a legal & marketing researcher, analyzing communication, transportation, development, and energy issues.