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Reflections on the loss of the freeborn American nation : banksters against people

Author: H L Dowless
Publisher: New York : Algora Publishing, [2016]
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"Mr. Dowless argues and explains that the US Civil War was fought by segments of the nation that supported the imposition of a central bank, and laws designed to support bankers, corporations and their insider connections in the government to the detriment of the populace at large, against those Americans who advocated free enterprise and a light regime of laws that would allow and enable each citizen to prosper  Read more...
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Dowless, H. L.
Reflections on the loss of the free-born American nation
New York : Algora Publishing, [2016]
(DLC) 2016019390
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H L Dowless
ISBN: 9781628942071 162894207X 9781628942088 1628942088
OCLC Number: 945232814
Description: xvi, 184 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: How did we get here? --
What Americans need to know now --
The original plan --
The first ninety years in a nutshell --
A contest of wills --
Those who resisted, how and why --
A conclusion.
Responsibility: H.L. Dowless.

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"Mr. Dowless argues and explains that the US Civil War was fought by segments of the nation that supported the imposition of a central bank, and laws designed to support bankers, corporations and their insider connections in the government to the detriment of the populace at large, against those Americans who advocated free enterprise and a light regime of laws that would allow and enable each citizen to prosper according to his abilities without undue taxation, licensing fees, and other laws geared to protect big corporations. Within that context, he shows that whereas the argument for and against slave holding was intentionally turned into an emotionally-driven moralistic argument, regrettably slave ownership was, up to the mid-19th century, the only economic choice to enable agricultural plantations attain economy of scale and thus produce a profit"--Provided by publisher.

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