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Presented to the House of Representatives, December 5, 17916443ocn002502352book19760.66Eurocurrencies and the international monetary systemConference proceedings6116ocn004677765serial0.79United StatesCustoms bulletin : Treasury decisions under customs and other lawsTrials, litigation, etc6085ocn004770057serial0.66Commerce Clearing HouseStandard federal tax reporterIncludes legislation, U.S. Tax Court and other court decisions, and U.S. Treasury decisions60651ocn017802597book18530.76United StatesCommunication from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of March 8, 1851, the report of Israel D. Andrews ... on the trade and commerce of the British North American colonies, and upon the trade of the Great Lakes and rivers ; also, notices of the internal improvements in each state, of the Gulf of Mexico and straits of Florida, and a paper on the cotton crop of the United States5983ocn002339254book19760.63Amacher, Ryan CThe Law of the sea, U.S. interests and alternativesConference proceedings5693ocn006724266serial0.53United StatesCode of federal regulationsPeriodicalsSpecial edition of the Federal register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect as of April ... with ancillaries5504ocn006081113serial0.66Estimates of federal tax expenditures, Committee on Ways and MeansPeriodicals5493ocn007220656serial0.53United StatesCode of federal regulationsPeriodicalsSpecial edition of the Federal register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect as of July 1 ... with ancillaries54710ocn046541424book19980.70Capital access programs : a summary of nationwide performance5344ocn005514941serial0.63Monthly statement of the public debt of the United StatesPeriodicals5276ocn002611865serial0.66Daily Treasury statementPeriodicalsCash and debt operations of the United States Treasury5228ocn004130140book19630.66Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.)The Federal Reserve and the Treasury: answers to questions from the Commission on Money and Credit5122ocn039262622book19980.56International crime control strategy51210ocn001775448serial0.86United StatesTreasury decisions under customs and other lawsPeriodicalsTrials, litigation, etcDigestsVols. for <1904>-1926 include also decisions of the United States Board of General Appraisers50510ocn023065333book19910.73United StatesModernizing the financial system : recommendations for safer, more competitive banks4904ocn003842948book19780.70Dreyer, Jacob SExchange rate flexibilityConference proceedings21287ocn320191001book20100.21Paulson, Henry MOn the brink : inside the race to stop the collapse of the global financial systemBiographyU.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson's first-person account of the key decisions that had to be made with lightning speed as he stood at the epicenter of the world's most cataclysmic financial crisis since the Great Depression+-+594610199515665ocn065521620book20060.25Cannadine, DavidMellon : an American lifeBiographyChronicles the life of nineteenth and twentieth-century American financier Andrew W. Mellon, examining such aspects as his childhood in Pittsburgh; the building of his fortune; his personal life; his term as Secretary of the Treasury; his tax evasion trial, which ended in a not guilty verdict; and his creation of the National Gallery of Art+-+278509421514622ocn786273392book20120.28McCraw, Thomas KThe founders and finance : how Hamilton, Gallatin, and other immigrants forged a new economyHistory"In 1776 the United States government started out on a shoestring and quickly went bankrupt fighting its War of Independence against Britain. At the war's end, the national government owed tremendous sums to foreign creditors and its own citizens. But lacking the power to tax, it had no means to repay them. The Founders and Finance is the first book to tell the story of how foreign-born financial specialists--immigrants--solved the fiscal crisis and set the United States on a path to long-term economic success. Pulitzer Prize--winning author Thomas K. McCraw analyzes the skills and worldliness of Alexander Hamilton (from the Danish Virgin Islands), Albert Gallatin (from the Republic of Geneva), and other immigrant founders who guided the nation to prosperity. Their expertise with liquid capital far exceeded that of native-born plantation owners Washington, Jefferson, and Madison, who well understood the management of land and slaves but had only a vague knowledge of financial instruments--currencies, stocks, and bonds. The very rootlessness of America's immigrant leaders gave them a better understanding of money, credit, and banks, and the way each could be made to serve the public good. The remarkable financial innovations designed by Hamilton, Gallatin, and other immigrants enabled the United States to control its debts, to pay for the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, and--barely--to fight the War of 1812, which preserved the nation's hard-won independence from Britain."--Book jacket13707ocn052127817book20030.24Rubin, Robert EdwardIn an uncertain world : tough choices from Wall Street to WashingtonBiographyPublisher's description: Robert Rubin was sworn in as the seventieth U.S. Secretary of the Treasury in January 1995 in a brisk ceremony attended only by his wife and a few colleagues. As soon as the ceremony was over, he began an emergency meeting with President Bill Clinton on the financial crisis in Mexico. This was not only a harbinger of things to come during what would prove to be a rocky period in the global economy; it also captured the essence of Rubin himself--short on formality, quick to get into the nitty-gritty. From his early years in the storied arbitrage department at Goldman Sachs to his current position as chairman of the executive committee of Citigroup, Robert Rubin has been a major figure at the center of the American financial system. He was a key player in the longest economic expansion in U.S. history. With In an Uncertain World, Rubin offers a shrewd, keen analysis of some of the most important events in recent American history and presents a clear, consistent approach to thinking about markets and dealing with the new risks of the global economy. Rubin's fundamental philosophy is that nothing is provably certain. Probabilistic thinking has guided his career in both business and government. We see that discipline at work in meetings with President Clinton and Hillary Clinton, Chinese premier Zhu Rongji, Alan Greenspan, Lawrence Summers, Newt Gingrich, Sanford Weill, and the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan. We see Rubin apply it time and again while facing financial crises in Asia, Russia, and Brazil; the federal government shutdown; the rise and fall of the stock market; the challenges of the post-September 11 world; the ongoing struggle over fiscal policy; and many other momentous economic and political events. With a compelling and candid voice and a sharp eye for detail, Rubin portrays the daily life of the White House-confronting matters both mighty and mundane--as astutely as he examines the challenges that lie ahead for the nation. Part political memoir, part prescriptive economic analysis, and part personal look at business problems, In an Uncertain World is a deep examination of Washington and Wall Street by a figure who for three decades has been at the center of both worlds+-+4582020285121312ocn011771288serial0.63United States government annual reportPeriodicals9763ocn070765427file19960.50Biographical dictionary of the United States secretaries of the Treasury, 1789-1995Biography Dictionaries+-+77653786853249616ocn045842704file19980.23Treasury enforcement agent examStudy guidesA comprehensive guide to aid in passing the test to become a treasury enforcement agent working for the Secret Service, Customs, U.S. Marshals, or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms+-+248603120677820ocn060727969file18020.92Wolcott, OliverAn address, to the people of the United States on the subject of the report of a Committee of the House of Representatives, appointed to "examine and report, whether monies drawn from the Treasury, have been faithfully applied to the objects for which they were appropriated, and whether the same have been regularly accounted for," which report was presented on the 29th of April, 1802History7592ocn610055154file20090.37Department of the Treasury blueprint for actions+-+17607415163247356ocn727704116book20110.12Kelly, DianeDeath, taxes, and a skinny no-whip latteFictionHitting the books, solving murders, and counting calories. It's all in a day's work for Tara Holloway, the U.S. Treasury's latest, greatest, soon-to-be-skinniest weapon against the biggest, richest tax cheats in the nation+-+11760076856436ocn312402608book20080.63United StatesQuestions about the $700 billion emergency economic stabilization funds : the first report of the Congressional Oversight Panel for Economic Stabilization5615ocn430227724book20090.70United StatesPresident's fiscal year 2010 budget overview hearing before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, March 3, 20095444ocn726173368file20110.70United StatesThe President's fiscal year 2011 budget hearing before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, February 3, 20105255ocn310749561book20090.73United StatesOversight hearing to examine recent Treasury and FHFA actions regarding the housing GSEs hearing before the Committee on Financial Services, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, September 25, 2008Rules5194ocn456565230file20090.73United StatesTreasury Department fiscal year 2010 budget hearing before the Committee on the Budget, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, hearing held in Washington, DC, March 5, 20095133ocn644263743book20100.73United StatesTreasury Department fiscal year 2011 budget hearing before the Committee on the Budget, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, hearing held in Washington, DC, February 24, 20105093ocn733344487book20110.73United StatesDepartment of the Treasury fiscal year 2012 budget hearing before the Committee on the Budget, House of Representatives, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, first session, hearing held in Washington, DC, February 16, 20115075ocn739912501file20110.70United StatesFinancial services and general government appropriations bill, 2012 report together with minority views (to accompany H.R. 2434)5043ocn654417290book20100.73United StatesNominations of Eric L. Hirshhorn [i.e. Hirschhorn], Marisa Lago, and Steven L. Jacques hearing before the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, on nominations of Eric L. Hirschhorn, to be Under Secretary for Export Administration, Department of Commerce, Marisa Lago, to be Assistant Secretary for International Markets and Development, Department of the Treasury, Steven L. Jacques, to be Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, Department of Housing and Urban Development, November 5, 20095033ocn730524835book20090.76United StatesNominations of William Wilkins, Daniel Tangherlini, Rosa Gumataotao Rios, and Carmen R. Nazario hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, on the nominations of William Wilkins, to be chief counsel, Internal Revenue Service and an assistant general counsel, Department of the Treasury; Daniel Tangherlini, to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury for Management and chief financial officer, Department of the Treasury; Rosa Gumataotao Rios, to be Treasurer of the United States, Department of the Treasury; and Carmen R. Nazario, to be Assistant Secretary of Health for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services, July 14, 2009+-+0038186155+-+0038186155Fri Mar 21 15:49:05 EDT 2014batch294989