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November 3, 2011

An occasionally updated list of old books and articles worth browsing through, in no particular order.

  • The old slavery and the new: this sermon was delivered on Memorial Sunday, May 24, 1896, in the Church of the Unitarian Society of Rockland, Mass by Frederic O. MacCartney
  • Our money wars: the example and warning of American finance by Samuel Leavitt, 1894
  • Wealth Against Commonwealth By Henry Demarest Lloyd, 1894
  • Letters, documents, etc: transmitted to the House of Representatives by the Secretary of the Treasury in reference to specie resumption and refunding of the national debt 1880
  • The Secret of the Rothschilds by Mary E. Hobart, 1898
  • Dickerman’s United States treasury counterfeit detector and bankers’ & merchants’ journal 1890
  • CONTROL OF CORPORATIONS, PERSONS, AND FIRMS ENGAGED IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE , US Congress, Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1912
  • The currency conflict: a review of some portions of Gen. Garfield’s speech on specie payments, (in the House of Representatives, November 17, 1877), particularly with reference to resumption in Great Britain in 1819-22, in a letter of J.W. Schuckers, Esq., to Hon. William D. Kelley, 1877
  • On the morphology, teratology, and diclinism of the flowers of Cannabis by David Prain, 1904
  • MEDICAL SLAVERY THROUGH LEGISLATION by Henry Wood, 1893
  • Disastrous financial panics: Causes and Remedies by Jesse Gilmore, 1908
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