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Legal Tender

Author: Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge
Publisher: Chicago, University Press
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Legal Tender A Study In English And American Monetary History

Author: Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge
Publisher: Palala Press
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Legal Tender A Study In English And American Monetary History

Author: S. P. Breckinridge
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
ISBN: 9781115853927
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The Encyclopedia Of Money

Author: Larry Allen
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 159884251X
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Presents more than three hundred alphabetically-arranged entries covering all aspects of money and finance.

A Counterfeiter S Paradise

Author: Ben Tarnoff
Publisher: Penguin
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"This tale of counterfeiting is a treat for everyone...a delightful history lesson...Admirable and altogether charming." -The Washington Post As Ben Tarnoff reminds us in this entertaining narrative history, get-rich-quick schemes are as old as America itself. Indeed, the speculative ethos that pervades Wall Street today, Tarnoff suggests, has its origins in the counterfeiters who first took advantage of America's turbulent economy. In A Counterfeiter's Paradise, Tarnoff chronicles the lives of three colorful counterfeiters who flourished in early America, from the colonial period to the Civil War. Driven by desire for fortune and fame, each counterfeiter cunningly manipulated the political and economic realities of his day. Through the tales of these three memorable hustlers, Tarnoff tells the larger tale of America's financial coming-of-age, from a patchwork of colonies to a powerful nation with a single currency.