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Groundbreaking Economic History Book Released

New Economic History Book Reveals Hidden Struggle Behind the Industrial Revolution Nationalist Statesmen Battle Wall Street and Southern Slaveholders in Fight to Create Canals, Railroads, and Modern Society November 20, 2020–What motivated the key people who created the industrial revolution? In this ground-breaking new book on economic history, author Anton […]

by November 20, 2020 2 comments History, News
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Hamilton and Slavery: Misinformation Refuted!

By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 11, 2020—In the face of a flood of media coverage of a historical interpreter claiming Alexander Hamilton was an “enslaver,”  a detailed refutation of many of the claims has been written and made public.  Philo Hamilton and Hamilton expert Michael E. Newton declare from the outset: […]

by November 11, 2020 1 comment Alexander Hamilton, News, Uncategorized
All ready for Christmas.

Christmas Sale for Hamilton Versus Wall Street!

By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 10, 2020—In this political cauldron we are living through, the people of the United States are in dire need of reacquaintance with the American System of Economics, the school of political economy established by Alexander Hamilton.  I have just the book to introduce them to it […]

by November 10, 2020 0 comments Alexander Hamilton, News
An anti-populist cartoon from the 1890s, as reproduced by Thomas Frank

Can We Revive “We the People?”

A Review of Thomas Frank’s The People, NO! A Brief History of Anti-Populism By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 7, 2020—As the current brawl over the presidential election results should make clear, the people of the United States are dangerously divided, almost split down the middle. In my view, the question before […]

by November 7, 2020 3 comments History, Review
The new Tappan Zee Bridge across the Hudson River.

HR 6422: A “Bill to Somewhere”

By Angela Vullo Oct 27, 2020–In late August 2019, I penned an article called “Will 2020 Bring Winds of Change?,” citing an MSNBC four-part docuseries called “American Swamp,” which included a segment on infrastructure entitled “Bill to Nowhere.”  Today, I can happily report that things have changed. We now have […]

by October 27, 2020 1 comment Infrastructure Bank, News
Marshall’s Court: Principle, Not “Issues”

Marshall’s Court: Principle, Not “Issues”

 by Edward Spannaus  John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court, a film written by Richard Brookhiser and Leo Eaton, and directed by Leo Eaton.  Eaton Creative, Inc., 2020. Running time: 2 hours, 26 minutes. Available on Amazon Prime. Richard Brookhiser, John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme […]

by October 26, 2020 0 comments History, Review
Countering Myths about Alexander Hamilton

Countering Myths about Alexander Hamilton

A Report on the AHA Society’s Book Club Discussion with Dr. Stephen F. Knott By Nancy Spannaus Oct. 22, 2020—The Alexander Hamilton Awareness (AHA) Society did another public service with its Oct. 18 book club discussion with Dr. Stephen F. Knott. The event provoked a lively and informative discussion countering […]

by October 24, 2020 1 comment Alexander Hamilton, News
FDR signing Glass-Steagall in June 1933.

A Timely Argument for Glass-Steagall

By Nancy Spannaus* Oct. 14, 2020—The Oct. 2 release of Arthur Wilmarth’s new book calling for a new Glass-Steagall law is timely, and critical.  Unfortunately, it is not clear that the relevant political figures are yet prepared to listen. Wilmarth’s book is entitled Taming the Megabanks: Why We Need a […]

by October 14, 2020 0 comments Glass-Steagall, News
A dramatization of Poe's Masque of the Red Death. Will it come true?

Will Death Have Dominion Over All?

By Angela Vullo Oct 11, 2020–On February 2 of this year I penned an article quoting Edgar Allan Poe’s “Masque of the Red Death,” an analogy more ominously appropriate now than at the time. And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death. He had come like a thief […]

by October 11, 2020 2 comments Commentary, healthcare
Kudos for Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures

Kudos for Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures

A Review of Christian Parenti’s Radical Hamilton By Nancy Spannaus Oct. 10, 2020–“Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures is the Rosetta Stone of his economic thinking,” I asserted in my 2019 book Hamilton Versus Wall Street, and called for a debate on resurrecting his policies. My evaluation of Hamilton’s report and its […]

by October 10, 2020 0 comments Alexander Hamilton, Review