Articles by: Nancy Spannaus

Abraham Lincoln (public domain)

Abraham Lincoln on “Discoveries and Inventions”

(This post is part of a series on the American System approach to mankind’s relationship to the environment. The other articles are FDR versus Today’s Environmentalism: Saving Mankind and Nature; Nuclear Energy & the Environment: Bring on Small Modular Reactors; and JFK’s Conservation Policy versus Today’s Environmentalism.)   By Nancy […]

by January 7, 2019 Commentary, Statesmen
FDR joins youth at a CCC camp.

FDR versus Today’s Environmentalism: Saving Mankind and Nature

By Nancy Spannaus (This article is the third in a series on the American System approach to the environment. The others were JFK’s Conservation Policy versus Today’s Environmentalism, and Nuclear Energy & the Environment: Bring on Small Modular Reactors .) Jan. 5, 2018—In his own eyes, there was no more […]

by January 5, 2019 Commentary
Completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, in 1869.

Make 2019 a New Year of Transformation!

By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 1, 2019—Two anniversaries coming up in 2019 reflect that spirit of revolutionary economic transformation which characterizes the American System of Economics. What lessons can we learn from them, and apply to today? The first dramatic event the nation will celebrate is the 150th anniversary of the […]

by January 1, 2019 Commentary
Cross-section of NuScale small modular reactor (world nuclear news)

Nuclear Energy & the Environment: Bring on Small Modular Reactors

By Nancy Spannaus December 29, 2018—Surprise! The worst news for the environment last year was not President Trump’s energy deregulation, but the continued momentum toward shutdown of the fleet of U.S. nuclear reactors. Fortunately, there’s good news on the horizon. But, first, where we stand. Suicidal Shutdown Despite the actions […]

by December 29, 2018 Commentary, News
“Hamilton versus Wall Street” Is on the Way

“Hamilton versus Wall Street” Is on the Way

By Nancy Spannaus December 27, 2018—Today I submitted the manuscript of my upcoming book to the publisher – the first step in what will be a process of months before the book appears.  But I’m very enthusiastic about it. The book title is Hamilton versus Wall Street; subtitle The Core […]

by December 27, 2018 News
Congressional action is needed.

Frequently Asked Questions on the National Infrastructure Bank (NIB)

Answering questions about how a National Infrastructure Bank would function

by December 21, 2018 Infrastructure Bank
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JFK’s Conservation Policy versus Today’s Environmentalism

JFK’s Conservation Policy versus Today’s Environmentalism features Kennedy’s 1963 speech in Hanford, Washington.

by December 18, 2018 Commentary, History
New Revelations on British Imperialism: $45 Trillion Looted from India!

New Revelations on British Imperialism: $45 Trillion Looted from India!

By Nancy Spannaus Dec. 17, 2018—New revelations have come to the fore to dramatize one of the major arguments of this blog: namely, that free trade is nothing but a genocidal looting operation, as shown by the operations of the British Empire against India. In March of this year, Columbia […]

by December 17, 2018 Contact, History, News
The Need for Hamiltonian National Banking Today

The Need for Hamiltonian National Banking Today

The Need for Hamiltonian Banking Today contrasts his banking principles with those of Wall Street.

by December 12, 2018 Commentary, Infrastructure
Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures: More Relevant Than Ever

Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures: More Relevant Than Ever

By Nancy Spannaus Dec. 5, 2018—Today’s anniversary of Alexander Hamilton’s most important report, the Report on Manufactures, comes at a particularly ironic time in our country’s history.  On the one hand, the last year has seen a relative increase in real manufacturing jobs (allegedly the most since the mid-1990s), and […]

by December 5, 2018 Commentary, Infrastructure Bank