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A HISTORY OF MONEY AND BANKING
IN THE UNITED STATES FROM THE COLONIAL ERA TO WORLD WAR II

Murray N. Rothbard

 

Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Al. 12002, 2005 - 510 pages, index, footnotes

 
 

Reviewer comments

 
 

Introduction - by Joseph T. Salerno - This essay is not only focused on this book but its author provides a wide examination of Rothbard's general philosophy and economic theories. It is important reading in itself.

 
 

Part 1 - The History of Money and Banking Before the Twentieth Century

 
 

Part 2 - The Origins of the Federal Reserve

 
 

Part 3 - From Hoover to Roosevent -The Federal Reserve and Financial Elites

 
 

Part 4 - The Gold Exchange Standard in the Inter War Years

 
 

Part 5 - The New Deal and the International Money System

 

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