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am sure have been published elsewhere. I believe that some of the material is found in The Robber Barons in more detail. One of the takeaways, among many, for me is that Grover Cleveland has grown in stature and wisdom as a President and I majored in American History at a university that, in retrospect, was at least a little bit conservative (at least the AmHist professors were not flaming radicals).
This book covers history and economics and both are largley misunderstood by most people today.
For example, it reveals the true costs of the Civil War and the mistakes Lincoln made promoting unconstitutional internal improvements like railroads, canals and roads. The book takes on the differences of the principles of charity and government redistribution of wealth.
After reading the book, one will understand the greatness of President Cleveland and how he resisted power and enforced the proper role of government.
Inflation, free markets, fiat money, property rights and so many more subjects are covered in an easy-to-understand way of reading. I don't think anyone who will try to refute this book will be able to do so without resorting to ad hominems.
The authors take economics and historical approaches to the topic of our Founders' political philosophy, convincingly making a central case that the government is to be a protector of liberty instead of the unrestrained agent of coercion.
At a crucial time in our country's history, this book should be read by every American.
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