About the Author
Eustace Mullins is a veteran of the United States Air Force, with
thirty-eight months of active service during World War II. A native
Virginian, he was educated at Washington and Lee University, New
York University, Ohio University, the University of North Dakota,
the Escuelas des Bellas Artes, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and
the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Washington, D.C.
The original book, published under the title Mullins On The Federal
Reserve, was commissioned by the poet Ezra Pound in 1948.
was a political prisoner for thirteen and a half years at St.
Elizabeth’s Hospital, Washington, D.C. (a Federal institution for
the insane). His release was accomplished largely through the
efforts of Mr. Mullins.
Published in 1952 by Kasper and Horton, New York, the original book
was the first nationally-circulated revelation of the secret
meetings of the international bankers at Jekyll Island, Georgia,
1907-1910, at which place the draft of the Federal Reserve Act of
1913 was written.