Infrastructure Bank

Updated National Infrastructure Bank Video on Facebook

See how America can rebuild its collapsing infrastructure, on the vast scale required, founded upon  historic precedents, and the bank will not create new debt!

The Minneapolis bridge collapse of 2007--a wake-up call on the state of  U.S. infrastructure.

Draft Legislation to Create a National Bank for Infrastructure

(updated May 13, 2019) Nov. 3, 2018–Once the separation between commercial banking and speculation has been re-established, the problem of a supply of cheap, long-term credit for the physical economy is easily solvable. Given the enormous needs for infrastructure building and rebuilding, this will require Federal credit and Federal credit […]

by November 3, 2018 3 comments Features, Infrastructure Bank
A graphic of total factor productivity in the 20th Century, showing the effects of the FDR banking policy.

A Brief History of the Principle of National Banking in the United States

Aug. 27, 2018–While Central Banks exist in many other countries, the United States is unique in its successful development of national banking.  The purpose of National Banks, developed even before the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, was to marshal the financial resources of the young nation and direct them into […]

The Second National Bank of the United States

Yes, American Citizens Once Demanded a National Bank!

By Nancy Spannaus May 12, 2018—On April 23, 1834, a meeting of the “People of Mifflin County, Pa.” adopted the following resolution, which it sent on to the Congress of the United States: Resolved. . . . That the unwise and unlawful removal of the public deposits from the Bank […]

by May 12, 2018 Comments are Disabled Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
Alexander Hamilton's statue in Central Park, New York City.

National Banking Built the U.S. Industrial Giant

By Nancy Spannaus April 5, 2018–National banking in the United States built us into an industrial giant. It derives specifically from Alexander Hamilton’s concept of the First Bank of the United States, a partially government-owned credit institution devised to unify and build the young nation. The fact that most Americans […]

The First Bank of the United States in Philadelphia

We Need a Hamiltonian National Bank!

By Nancy Spannaus Dec. 12, 2017—Ask any professional economist, or Congressman for that matter, about why the United States is facing a hundreds of billions of dollars deficit in basic infrastructure, and he will tell you that we “don’t have the money.” But how could that be true? Trillions of […]

by December 12, 2017 Comments are Disabled Commentary, Infrastructure Bank