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At Day Two of BookExpo 2019.

The BookExpo Was a Step Forward

Nancy’s Report-back to Her Supporters, written June 4, 2019 Dear friends, Thanks to your support, the potential for a leap in circulation of Hamilton Versus Wall Street has significantly increased. My five days in New York City at BookExpo America 2019  (for publishers and professionals) and BookCon (for the public) […]

by June 4, 2019 News
A view of the Grange. I'm standing there in front.

A Visit to Hamilton’s Grange

By Nancy Spannaus June 3, 2019—On May 30, I was thrilled to finally be able to visit the Grange, the summer home which Alexander Hamilton built in the early 1800s. I joined a tour given by the vice-president of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness (AHA) Society, Sergio Villavicencio, who provided a […]

by June 3, 2019 Commentary, News
A partial picture of the book Hamilton Versus Wall Street.

Publicity for Hamilton Versus Wall Street

  (The following release was issued by Authors Press in mid-May and sent out nationwide.) Political Journalist Writes about Hamilton’s American System Going back to the economic system that made America great NEW YORK CITY — Nancy Bradeen Spannaus’ book, Hamilton Versus Wall Street: The Core Principles of the American […]

by May 28, 2019 News
The second floor of the first Bank of the United States. (Nancy Spannaus)

Inside Hamilton’s National Bank

By Nancy Spannaus May 26, 2019—During my recent trip to Philadelphia, I was honored to get a short tour inside Hamilton’s National Bank, the first Bank of the United States (BUS). Yes, the BUS building, which has the date 1795 on its pediment and was first a place of business […]

by May 27, 2019 News
A painting of Washington and Hamilton at the National Heritage Museum, Lexington, Mass.

Hamilton’s Military Record Presented in Philadelphia

By Nancy Spannaus May 25, 2019—Rand Scholet, founder of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness (AHA) Society, gave an insightful presentation on Hamilton’s 25-year military career at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia yesterday. More chairs had to be brought it to accommodate the crowd, which grew to more than […]

by May 25, 2019 History, News
Joel Achenbach (right) with host Walter Washington (left)

Presenting George Washington’s “Grand Idea”

By Nancy Spannaus May 20, 2019–George Washington’s “Grand Idea” of uniting the country through developing the Potomac River as the gateway to the West, was the subject of a lively book talk last night. Author Joel Achenbach spoke to a group of approximately 30 people about his book The Grand […]

by May 20, 2019 History, News
Charleston harbor, one of the few projects funded to completion in the 2020 budget.

A Baby Step on Infrastructure Funding

By Nancy Spannaus May 15, 2019—On May 8, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, under Chairman Peter DeFazio, took a baby step toward increasing Federal spending on vital national infrastructure. It passed out of Committee HR 2440, a bill which would allow the Army Corps of Engineers to utilize the […]

by May 15, 2019 Infrastructure Bank, News
Electrical engineers at a construction site. They will be in high-demand when we launch a National Infrastructure Bank. (dreamstime)

Where’s the Money? In a National Infrastructure Bank!

By Nancy Spannaus May 13, 20190—Where can we get the money for the trillions of dollars of infrastructure spending the United States needs?  The answer is: in a Hamiltonian National Infrastructure Bank. A coalition of hundreds of organizations assembled in #BuildforTomorrow kicked off the seventh National Infrastructure Week today. Dozens […]

by May 13, 2019 Infrastructure Bank, News
Andrew Spannaus at an event in September 2018.

New Book Exposes EU’s Original Sins

By Nancy Spannaus May 8, 2019—I am pleased to report the publication of a new book by my son Andrew Spannaus, entitled “Original Sins: Globalization, Populism, and the Six Contradictions Facing the European Union.” This is Andrew’s first book in English, and it was written to address the crucial issues […]

by May 8, 2019 News
Members of the Coalition for a National Infrastructure Bank in D.C. Forczek is the second from the left.

NJ Magazine Features Call for Infrastructure Bank

By Nancy Spannaus May 6, 2019—NJ Municipalities, the magazine of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, has recently published a call for a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB) under the headline: “National Infrastructure Bank: A Hamiltonian Solution to the National Infrastructure Crisis.” It was written by retired transportation executive Stanley Forczek, who […]

by May 6, 2019 Infrastructure Bank, News