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The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics & Economic History) Hardcover – June 18, 1998

ISBN-13: 978-0313307546 ISBN-10: 0313307547

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?Donald Stabile has written a compact and readable history of America's national government's public finance from the Declaration of Independence to the end of Andrew Jackson's second term. This is a solid book. I am sure that I will turn to it as I muddle through the growing literature on the intellectual origins policy in the early nineteenth century.?-The Journal of Economic History

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Provides a careful analysis of the historical antecedents of current conflict over money, debt, and taxes, bringing the modern economic controversy into focus.

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