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Monetary Laws of the United States : Narrative, Volume I: Narrative

By Erickson, Matt, R.

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Title: Monetary Laws of the United States : Narrative, Volume I: Narrative  
Author: Erickson, Matt, R.
Volume: Volume I
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Law, Monetary Law
Collections: History, Financial Economics, Authors Community, Criminology, Government, Finance Management, Commerce, Education, Most Popular Books in China, Law, Military Science, Finance, Economy, Naval Science, Literature, Political Science
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Re-discover America's limited government under the U.S. Constitution, learning about how the almighty wizard intimidated the cowardly and the meek who fail to properly use their God-given brain, until the small dog who trusted his nose pulled back the curtain to expose the fraud. Regain limited government and honest money by learning that deception.

Summary
Monetary Laws of the United States, Volume I, offers a narrative discussion on America's monetary laws. From looking at America's early monetary laws before the Civil War, it is evident that only gold and silver coin are legal tender money in the United States. However, with implementation of legal tender paper currencies first in 1862, this solid legal foundation was threatened. Learn how the 1871 and 1884 supreme Court "legal tender cases" cleverly upheld the legal tender acts, but only for the district constituting the seat of government of the United States under Article I, Section 8, Clause 17 of the U.S. Constitution. Also learn how F.D.R. cleverly implemented gold 'confiscation' in 1933, but really only made a margin call on banks and bank shareholders who had a voluntary legal duty to send gold to the treasury to back their banking liabilities.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Forward 1 Table of Contents 2 Preface 4 Volume I: NARRATIVE DISCUSSION 6 Chapter 1: Constitutional Overview 6 Chapter 2: Money Raised to Fund the Revolutionary War 28 Chapter 3: Weights and Measures 52 Chapter 4: Constitutional Monetary Clauses 57 Chapter 5: Preliminary Reports 93 Chapter 6: Primary Coinage Acts 102 Section A: 1792, April 2 Act 102 Section B: 1834, June 28 Act (Chapter 95) 121 Section C: 1837, January 18 Act 143 Section D: 1849, March 3 Act 154 Section E: 1853, February 21 Act 158 Section F: 1873, February 12 Act 165 Section G: 1878, February 28 Act 170 Section H: 1879, June 9 Act 173 Section I: 1900, March 14 Act 185 Chapter 7: Secondary Coinage Acts, Commemorative Coinage Acts 187 Chapter 8: Acts Respecting Foreign Coin 189 Section A: 1793, February 9 Act 189 Section B: 1797, July 22 Proclamation 191 Section C: 1798, February 1 and 1802, April 30 Acts 192 Section D: 1806, April 10 Act 192 Section E: 1816, April 29 Act 193 Section F: 1819, March 3 Act 198 Section G: 1821, March 3 and 1823, March 3 Acts 198 Section H: 1823, March 3 Act, Chapter 53 199 Section I: 1834, June 25 Act 199 Section J: 1834, June 28 Act (Chapter 96) 199 Section K: 1843, March 3 Act 200 Section L: 1857, February 21 Act 202 Section M: 1789, July 31 Act 202 Section N: 1790, August 4 Act 203 Section O: 1873, March 3 Act 203 Chapter 9: Acts Respecting Mints 204 Section A: 1791, March 3 Resolution 204 Section B: 1794, March 3 Act 204 Section C: 1795, March 3 Act 204 Section D: 1800, May 14; 1801; 1803; 1808; 1812; 1818; and 1823 Acts 205 Section E: 1828, May 19 Act 205 Section F: 1835, March 3 Act 205 Section G: 1850, May 23 Act 205 Section H: 1840, July 4 Act 206 Section I: 1846, August 13 Act 206 Section J: 1852, July 3 Act 212 Section K: 1862, April 21 Act 212 Section L: 1863, March 3 and 1864, July 4 Acts 212 Section M: 1871, April 20 and 1875, March 3 Acts 213 Section N: 1874, January 29 Act 213 Section O: 1882, May 26 and 1901, March 3 Acts 213 Section P: 1891, March 3 Act 213 Section Q: 1920, May 29 Act 214 Chapter 10: Acts Regarding Notes 215 Section A: 1790, August 4 Act 215 Section B: 1812, June 30 Act 216 Section C: 1815, February 24 Act 217 Section D: 1817, February 24 Act 218 Section E: 1837, October 12 Act 218 Section F: 1838, May 31 Resolution 218 Section G: 1861, July 17 Act 219 Section H: 1861, August 5 Act 219 Section I: 1862, February 25 Act 220 Section J: 1862, March 17 Act 221 Section K: 1862, July 11 Act 222 Section L: 1863, February 25 Act 222 Section M: 1863, March 3 Act 224 Section N: 1875, January 14 Act 225 Section O: 1878, February 28 Act 225 Section P: 1878, May 31 Act 225 Section Q: 1886, August 4 Act 226 Section R: 1890, July 14 Act 226 Section S: 1900, March 14 Act 226 Section T: 1913, December 23 Federal Reserve Act 227 Section U: Bronson v. Rodes, 74 US 229, 1869 231 Section V: Hepburn v. Griswold, 75 US 603, 1870. 232 Section W: Juilliard v. Greenman, 110 US 421, 1884 233 Section X: Knox v. Lee, 79 US 457, 1871 237 Chapter 11: Criminal Monetary Jurisdiction 240 Section A: 1790, April 30 Act 240 Section B: 1825, March 3 Act 246 Section C: Article I, Section 8, Clause 17 248 Chapter 12: The Great Deception 258 Section A: 1933, March 6 Proclamation No. 2039 259 Section B: 1933, March 9 Act 260 Section C: 1933, March 9 Proclamation No. 2040 262 Section D: 1933, April 5 Executive Order No. 6102 263 Section E: Territorial Form of Government 264 Section D-2: 1933, April 5 E.O. No. 6102 278 Section F: 1917, October 6 Act 282 Section C-2: 1933, March 9 Act 284 Section G: 1933, May 12 Act 295 Section H: 1933, June 5 Resolution 295 Section I: 1933, August 28 E. O. No. 6260 297 Section J: 1933, December 21 Proclamation No. 2067 299 Section K: 1934, January 30 Act 300 Section L: 1934, January 31 Proclamation No. 2072 302 Section M: 1965, July 23 Act 303 Section N: 1973, September 21 304 Section O: Court Cases 305 Section P: Finding Harley 308 Section Q: Oath of Office 314 Chapter 13: Present and Future 319


 

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