If the Fed Won't Give Us Sound Money, Who Will?
Historically, the last time the world had any sound money was during the reign of the gold standard. One of the gold standard's most ardent defenders was 20th century economist Edward C. Harwood, who was nicknamed the Father of the Sound Money Movement.
More recently, one of the places one needn't look for research on sound money is the Federal Reserve. My article at Seeking Alpha continues the discussion. (Read the full article.)
A gold dollar from 1888: