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FDR and the American System

FDR and the American System

By Nancy Spannaus June 16, 2020—Over 100 days in 1933, newly inaugurated Franklin Delano Roosevelt took a giant step toward the revival of the American System of Economics. The core of that system, as reflected in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, is the Federal government’s responsibility for energetically promoting […]

by June 16, 2020 Commentary
The Corliss steam engine featured at the 1876 American Centennial, a showcare of American System progress.

Welcome to AmericanSystemNow!

NOTE TO SUBSCRIBERS: IF YOU USE GMAIL, OUR MAILINGS MAY BE DIVERTED TO PROMOTIONS. YOU CAN ENSURE AGAINST IT BY ADDING AMERICANSYSTEMNOW@GMAIL.COM TO YOUR ADDRESS BOOK. By Nancy Spannaus, editor March 10, 2020–When I first read Alexander Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures some 40 years ago, it transformed my understanding of […]

by March 10, 2020 About
American System founder Alexander Hamilton, a new statue at the Coast Guard Academy (Dianne Durante)

AmericanSystemNow Turns Two

By Nancy Spannaus June 16, 2019—Today, this blog turns two years old. Over the past two years, we have published 333 posts, ranging from reprints of key historic documents, to in-depth analyses of FDR’s New Deal and war mobilization, to more pithy analyses of current economic developments from the standpoint […]

by June 16, 2019 News