Archive for March, 2019

The Politics Behind Today’s “Supermarket Banks”

The Politics Behind Today’s “Supermarket Banks”

By Nancy Spannaus March 30, 2019—The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, D.C. hosted a discussion of the rise of today’s “supermarket banks” on March 27. Kicking off the event was Professor Mark H. Rose, who has recently published the book Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the […]

by March 30, 2019 News
Hamilton statue in New York City's Central Park (Nancy Spannaus)

Nancy’s GoFundMe Reaches Halfway Mark

By Nancy Spannaus March 29, 2018—The news today is good: I’m taking Hamilton Versus Wall Street to the New York Book Expo at the end of May!  Thanks to the generosity of almost two dozen of you readers, my GoFundMe campaign has raised half of the $3500 required to pay […]

by March 29, 2019 News
The first Bank of the United States (Nancy Spannaus)

Nations Must Study Alexander Hamilton’s Principles of Political Economy

The following review of my book Hamilton Versus Wall Street appeared in the blog Africa and the World  on March 28, 2019. The blog is run by political-economic analyst for Africa Lawrence Freeman. The book is available through major online booksellers .–Nancy Spannaus   by Lawrence Freeman For those followers of […]

by March 28, 2019 News, Review
An engine from the B&) Railroad, launched during the John Quincy Adams Administration.

Hamiltonian Economics Could Have Prevented the Civil War

Part 2 of a series By Nancy Spannaus March 25, 2019—The most compelling historical argument for the need to restore the Hamiltonian American System is the fact that Hamilton’s economic system could have prevented the U.S. Civil War. I develop this argument in Chapter 10 of my book Hamilton Versus […]

by March 25, 2019 Commentary, History
The industrial complex Alexander Hamilton began in Paterson, NJ in 1791.

No National Unity Without Hamilton’s Economics

Part 1 By Nancy Spannaus March 21, 2019—In Chapter 10 of my book Hamilton Versus Wall Street, I insist that the commitment to economic progress which Hamilton’s American System policies represent, is essential to hold the United States together as a nation. The relevance of this argument to curing the […]

by March 21, 2019 Commentary, History
The Millstone nuclear plant in Connecticut.

Saving Today’s Nuclear Fleet Is Not Enough

March 21, 2019—It’s good news that the state of Connecticut has reached a deal to keep its Millstone nuclear plant open. That plant, owned by Dominion Energy, supplies half of Connecticut’s electricity, and 19% of the electric power for New England as a whole. Similar actions to maintain economically-stressed nuclear […]

by March 21, 2019 News Shorts
A portrait of Benjamin Franklin in 1762.

The American Revolutionaries’ International War Against Slavery

Part I. Ben Franklin and Massachusetts Lead the Way By Colin Lowry March 19, 2019 In the original draft of the Declaration of Independence, written by Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and John Adams, is a paragraph condemning King George III of Britain for the crime of promoting and enforcing the […]

by March 19, 2019 Commentary, History
The Portal Bridge, a key link on the Northeast rail corridor, and over 100 years old.

Trump Administration Sabotaging Vital Infrastructure

By Nancy Spannaus March 18, 2019—Recent announcements by the Trump Administration on critical infrastructure projects, amount to nothing less than sabotage. Without effective Congressional action to ensure Federal government funding of major capital investments in infrastructure like that now under threat, there is no hope for a sustainable economic recovery […]

by March 18, 2019 Commentary, News
Deadline Set for Nancy’s `Hamilton’ Fund

Deadline Set for Nancy’s `Hamilton’ Fund

March 18, 2019 Dear friends, We now have a deadline for my GoFundMe project to promote Hamilton Versus Wall Street at Book Expo in America in New York City.  I have determined that I need to have the bulk of the funds by the end of March, in order to secure […]

by March 18, 2019 News
Here's the book I want to promote at Book Expo.

Educate America on Hamilton: Fund Me!

March 14, 2019 Dear friends, An incredible opportunity to spread the circulation of Hamilton Versus Wall Street has come up, and I need your help to do it. From May 29-31, the largest annual book trade fair in the United States, Book Expo America, is occurring in New York City.  […]

by March 15, 2019 News