There Is No Accounting for the Fed

@inproceedings{Barnett2014ThereIN,
  title={There Is No Accounting for the Fed},
  author={William A. Barnett},
  year={2014}
}
Distinctions among (1) the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (hereinafter, Board); (2) the Federal Reserve Bank(s) (hereinafter, FRBank(s)); and, (3) the Federal Reserve System (hereinafter, System), are essential insofar as the Executive Orders, Statutes, Acts, and the U.S. Code are concerned. These latter constitute the pertinent laws and regulations. These terms—Board, FRBank(s), and System—are not used interchangeably. The System consists, at a minimum, of the Board, and the… 

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