Author: Charles Franklin Dunbar
Title: Economic essays
Publisher: New York : The Macmillan Company; London, Macmillan & Co., ltd.
Subject (keywords, tags): Economics; Banks and banking; Currency question -- United States; Depressions -- 1857; Depressions -
Economic science in America, 1776-1876.--The reaction in political economy.--The academic study of political economy.--Ricardo's use of facts.--Some precedents followed by Alexander Hamilton.--The direct tax of 1861.--The new income tax.--Early banking Schemes in England.--The bank of Venice.--Accounts of the first bank of the United States.--Deposits as currency.--The bank-note question.--The safety of the legal tender paper.--the national banking system.--Can we keep a gold currency?--The crisis of 1857.--The crisis of 1860.--State banks in 1860.--The establishment of the national banking system.--The circulation of the national banks, 1865-1900
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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