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History of Monetary Crimes - Barbara Villiers
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The right to coin money and regulate its value was the exclusive prerogative of the State. The author cites early historical examples when this special privilege of government was usurped.

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Chronological History Of Money Since Babylon
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The Constitution does not provide for Advisers to Presidents, but the Hidden Government provided three advisers, viz., Col. E. Mandell House, Bernard Baruch and Sidney Weinberg. Baruch said "I am the most powerful man in the world." On September 15, 1934, Baruch reported in the Chicago Tribune, "I believe that national pride is a lot of nonsense."

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Economic Pinch
Catalog #: SKU0041

Congr. Lindbergh (father of famed aviator) pioneered in the investigation of the money trusts and in exposing the inherent evils of Federal Reserve Banks. In this rare reprint of his last published book, he outlines the plan for saving America from the clutches of the money interests.

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Lincoln Money Martyred : Return of the Money Changers
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A look at Lincoln's monetary views, which the author believes had much to do with the tragic end of this great president. This book tells of the Lincoln's struggle to create "greenbacks", a new money that would free the United States from the tyranny of the international bankers. He created them and then was killed for it.

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