Post Tagged with: "Report on Manufactures"

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 Alexander Hamilton, Review
The author in the Treasury Cash Room in spring 2018, Only a photo op.

Spannaus to Address Treasury Group on Hamilton

September 19, 2020–I am pleased to announce that on September 23, I will challenge the myths about Alexander Hamilton in a  lecture sponsored by the Treasury Historical Association (THA). My talk, addressed to the Treasury group via internet platform, will be based on my 2019 book Hamilton Versus Wall Street: […]

by September 19, 2020 Alexander Hamilton, News
Depiction of the coronavirus (cdc.gov)

Hamilton’s American System vs. Coronavirus

by Nancy Spannaus March 2, 2020—As Alexander Hamilton knew well, parsimony—i.e., purchasing everything at the cheapest price, and only when absolutely necessary—is an unwise policy.  That practice doesn’t create wealth, and it certainly doesn’t provide for the health and prosperity of a nation. Shouldn’t our unpreparedness to even test adequately […]

by March 2, 2020 Commentary, News
Italian Paper Interviews Hamilton Author

Italian Paper Interviews Hamilton Author

By Nancy Spannaus Jan 23, 2020–“The inventor of the dollar hated the speculators,” read the headline of an interview with this author that appeared on the Economy and Jobs page of the Italian daily Avvenire on Sunday January 19. Journalist Leonardo Servadio’s article focused on my book, Hamilton Versus Wall […]

by January 23, 2020 News, Review
The Hamilton statue at Columbia University

Hamilton Review Raises Crucial Issues for Debate

By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 19, 2020—The online Journal of the American Revolution (JAR) prizes a reputation for challenging “myth and legend” in its daily postings of history articles. On Jan. 15, it lived up to that standard by publishing a review of Hamilton Versus Wall Street: The Core Principles of […]

by January 19, 2020 News, Review
Hamilton's grand industrial project at Passaic Falls, New Jersey was part of his broad economic vision. (Leonard A. Zax)

Hamilton’s Vision: “Perfect Harmony of All the Parts”

By Nancy Spannaus Feb. 20, 2019—In his grand exposition of his vision for a future American industrial republic, the 1791 Report on Manufactures, our First Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton laid special stress on the fact that his economic policy was the essential grounding for national unity. Contrary to the accusation […]

by February 20, 2019 Commentary
“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
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
High-tech manufacturing in action. (DOD report)

DOD Manufacturing Report: American System Needed!

By Nancy Spannaus Oct. 17, 2018—After more than one year of study, a Defense Department task force set up by President Trump released a 139-page report  on Oct. 5 entitled “Assessing and Strengthening the Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base and Supply Chain Resiliency of the United States.” Not surprisingly, it […]

by October 17, 2018 Commentary, News
American production of pig iron and steel over the decade. (U.S. Geological Survey)

Steel Tariffs: What’s an American System Approach to Saving U.S. Industry?

By Nancy Spannaus March 8, 2018—President Trump’s announcement of his intent to impose 25% tariffs on U.S. steel imports, and 10% tariffs on aluminum imports, has stirred up an essential debate: What will it take to save the U.S. manufacturing sector? Is it even desirable for the government to exercise […]

by March 8, 2018 News