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Charles August Lindbergh

Why Is Your Country at War and What Happens to You After the War And Related Subjects (1917)

WWhy Is Your Country at War and What Happens to You After the War And Related Subjects (1917) by Charles August Lindbergh

To Readers:

Materially connected with the conditions as they exist now, is my book bearing the title, "Banking and Currency and The Money Trust," published 1918, in which is the following prefatory statement:

The market...

Coughlin Charles Edward

Money! Questions and Answers (1936)

Money! Questions and Answers (1936) by Coughlin Charles Edward

From the Preface

This book is written for the ordinary American citizen. Therefore many needlessly abstract and intricate questions dealing with political economy, banking, and money are pur-posely omitted.

Unlike many writers on money, the author is in nowise identified with tha...

Eric D. Butler

The Enemy Within the Empire

A Short History of Bank of England (1946)

The Enemy Within the Empire (1941) by Eric D. Butler

THE CONSPIRATORS.

(Photo of Dr. Schacht (of the German Reichsbank) and Mr. Montagu Norman (Governor of the Bank of England) talking things over before the Second World War.)

"In view of the disastrous policy followed by the Bank of England after the l...

Eric D. Butler

The Truth About Social Credit (1946)

The Truth About Social Credit (1946) by Eric D. Butler

  • Social Credit stands for tha supremacy of individuals over all institutions, financial, industrial or political.
  • Social Credit is opposed to monopoly in any shape or form,
  • Social Credit has nothing to do with the nationalisation of industry.
  • Social Credit alone can provide the individu...

Leland Hamilton Jenks

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926)

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926) by Leland Hamilton Jenks

Preface

Marcus Aurelius, who set the fashion for acknowledgments, was able to trace with brevity yet with care the qualities of which his meditations were the fruit to the friends who had most intimately affected his character and molded his attitude toward life. Were I to be...