Blood Money

The Civil War and the Federal Reserve
Pelican Publishing Co
  • erschienen am 31. August 2006
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 96 Seiten
978-1-58980-398-5 (ISBN)
The author chronicles how the divisive antagonisms between the North and South, finally erupting in the spring of 1861, were deliberately agitated by great international banking houses with the goal of provoking secession. According to Graham, these private interests fully succeeded and set up a huge financial empire centered on Wall Street, using public debt as the source of their wealth. This watershed book explores the economic causes of the Civil War, revealing how the Civil War would not have happened had it not been planned and fomented by Northern capitalists.
  • Englisch
  • Gretna, LA
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  • USA
  • Höhe: 215 mm
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  • Breite: 139 mm
  • 138 gr
978-1-58980-398-5 (9781589803985)

John Remington Graham is an experienced trial lawyer and former professor of law. A founding professor of Hamline University School of Law, he has worked as a federal public defender and an advisor to the amicus curiae for Quebec in the Quebec secession case of 1998. He frequently lectures on the constitutionality of secession.

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