On August 2nd, 2012, Richard Ebeling presented testimony to the Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology --- Sound Money, Monetary Freedom, and the Government. In this context, Ebeling offers a suggested roadmap to a regime on monetary freedom. In doing so, Ebeling draws inspiration from my professor Hans Sennholz, who in his 1987 book wrote:
We seek no reform law, no restoration law, no conversion or parity, no government cooperation: merely freedom.... In freedom, the money and banking industry can create sound and honest currencies, just as other free industries can provide efficient and reliable products. Freedom of money and freedom of banking, these are the principles that must guide our steps.