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Items with a star * are referenced in the book. Items with a ** are especially recommended, and items with a *** were of direct importance in developing elements of the thesis. Some unusual materials are identified by their call letters at the NY Research Library. The abbreviation NY is used below to denote New York City. For a bibliography organized by subject matter, please see the works listed in the endnotes after each Chapter.

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*Ackroyd, P.R. and C.F. Evans. Cambridge History of the Bible.    Cambridge Univ. Press, 1970.

** Adams, Brooks. The Law of Civilization and Decay. NY: Alfred Knopf,  1943.
________.The Emancipation of Massachusetts. NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1887.

*Addison, C.G. The Knights Templar. London: Green & Longmans, 1842.

*Alison, Sir. Archibald. History of Europe From Fall of Napoleon to Accession  of Louis Napoleon. Edingurgh: William Blackwood, 1852.

Analectics Magazine. On Banks and Paper Currency. USA: December, 1815.

*Anderson, Benjamin. The Value of Money. 1917. NY: Richard Smith, 1936.

*Andreades, Andreas. History of the Bank of England. London Univ., 1909.

**______. History of Greek Public Finance. Cambridge: Brown, Caroll, 1933.

** Anonymous. The Paper Money Issued by Pennsylvania. By a “member of   the Numismatic Society of Philadelphia.” 1862.

*Appian’s Roman History. Book 4. Loeb Classical Library. 1979.

*** Aristotle. Politics, and Ethics.

*Aufricht, Hans. The International Monetary Fund. NY: Praeger, 1964.

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*Bacon, Francis. Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon. Edit. J.M. Robertson.  Ellis & Spedding text. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries, 1970.
*_______. New Atlantis. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica,Great Books   Collection, vol. 31, 1952.
*Bagehot, Walter. The Assimilation of the English and American Money.   London: The Economist, 1869. Repr., CN: Greenwood, 1969.
*Baigent, Michael and Richard Leigh. The Temple and the Lodge. NY: Arcade,  Little Brown, 1989.
*Bannister, Saxe. William Paterson. Edinburgh: Nimmo, 1859.
*________. The Writings of William Paterson. 1859. Repr., NY: A M. Kelley, 1968.

** Barbour, Violet. Capitalism in Amsterdam in the 17th Century. Baltimore:   John Hopkins Univ. Press, 1950.

*Baring, Sir Francis. Observations on the Establishment of the Bank of England.  1797. Repr., NY: A. M. Kelley, 1967.
Bartlett, C. J.  Castlereogh. NY: Scribners, 1966.

*Barton, Willliam. Observations on the Nature and Use of Paper Credit   Including a Proposal for Founding a National Bank. Philadelphia: 1781.
________.True Interest of the U.S. and Particularly Pennsylvania Resulting   From a State Paper Money. Philadelphia: 1786; Evans microfilm # 194/197.

*Basler, Ray, editor. The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Abraham   Lincoln Assoc. Springfield, Il. Rutgers Univ. Press, 1953.

*Beach, W. Edwards. British International Gold Movements and Banking   Policy, 1881-1913. Harvard Univ. Press, 1935.

Beard, Charles. An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the U.S.   1935. Repr., NY: Free Press, 1986.

Beaumont, John. Gleanings of Antiquity. London: J. Roberts, 1724.

** Belloc, Hilaire. The Crisis of Civilization. NY: Putnam, 1937.
*_______.Cromwell. Philadelphia: Lippincot, 1934.
________. Economics for Young People. NY: Putnam, 1926.
*________.How the Reformation Happened. NY: R. McBride, 1928.

*Ben Israel, Manasseh. The Hope of Israel. 2nd edition, 1640�s-50�s.
call # *KC1651, rare books room, NY Research Library.

*Bentham, Jeremy. In Defence of Usury. London: Payne & Foss, 1818.

*** Berkeley, George. Querest (1735). London: Innis, Davis & Hitch, 1750,   (Sketch of National Bank Omitted).

Biel, Gabriel. A Treatise on the Power and Utility of Moneys. Univ. of    Thubingen, 14th Century, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1930.

Billington, Ray Allen. The Protestant Crusade 1800-1860. NY: Rinehart, 1952.

*Bloch, Raymond. The Origin of Rome. NY: Praeger, 1969.

*Bloom, Herbert. Economic Activities of the Jews of Amsterdam. NY: Kennikat, 1935.

Bodin, Jean. The Dearness of Things (1568). In Early Economic Thought. A.E.  Monroe. Harvard Univ. Press, 1924.

*Boeckh, Augustus. Public Economy of Athens. Lewis translation. London:   John Murray, vol.2, 1828.

*Borda, Michael and Anna Schwartz. A Retrospective on the Gold Standard.   National Bureau of Economic Research, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1983.
*Borda, Michael & Barry Eichengreen. A Retrospective on the Bretton Woods   System. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1993.

Borden, William. Address to the Inhabitants of North Carolina. (Proposal for   paper money). Williamsburg: 1746.

*Boxer, C.R. Portuguese Seaborn Empire, 1415-1825. London: Hutchinson, 1969.

Brandeis, Louis D. Other Peoples Money (1913). NY: Frederick Stokes, 1932.
*Breck, Samuel. Continental Paper Money. Philadelphia: John Clark, 1843.
*Breckenridge, Sarah. Legal Tender. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1903.

** Bretton, Henry. The Power of Money. Albany: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1980.

** Brock, Leslie V. The Currency of the American Colonies 1700-1764. NY:   Arno Press, 1975.

Bronson, I. Outline of a Plan for a National Bank. NY: 1833.

Bryan, William Jennings. The Second Battle (Or The New Declaration of   Independence); Chicago: Conkey, 1900.

Buckle, Thomas. Posthumous Works. London: Longmans Green, 1872.

*Bullock, Charles J. The Monetary History of the U.S. NY: Macmillan, 1900.

*Burckhardt, Jacob. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. London:   Phaedon, 1935, 1944.

Burnett, Andrew. Coinage in the Roman World. London: Seaby, 1987.

*Butler, Benjamin F. Speech in the House of Representatives. Congressional   Globe, 40th Congr, 3rd session, 303ff.
________. Butler’s Book. Self published, 1888.
________. Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences. Boston: Thayer, 1892.

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*Calhoun, George M. The Business Life of Ancient Athens. Univ. of Chicago   Press, 1926.

*Calvin, John. Institutes. Trans. John Allen. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board   of Publications, 1813.
*_______.Commentaries on the Epistle of St. Paul. Edinburgh: 1853.

Capper, Charles. The Port and Trade of London. London: Smith, Elder, 1862.

*Campbell, Alexander. The True Greenback�; Chicago: Republican Book and  Job Office, 1868.

*Cantillon, Philip. Analysis of Trade, Commerce, etc. London: Self pub., 1759.

Carey, Henry C. What Constitutes Currency. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1840.
________. The Credit System in France, Great Britain and the U.S.A. 1838.    Repr., NY: A.M. Kelley, 1974.
________. Principles of Social Science. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1858.

** Caterall, Ralph. 2nd Bank of the U.S. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1902.

*** Cernuschi, Henri. Nomisma or Legal Tender. NY: Appleton, 1877.
________. Anatomy of Money. London: P.S. King, 1886.

*Chamberlain, Houston Stuart. Foundations of the 19th Century. Trans. John   Lees. NY: John Lane, 1912.

*Chandler, Lester V. Benjamin Strong, Central Banker. Washington: Brookings  Institution, 1958.

Chang, Chen Huan. The Economic Principles of Confucius and His School.   NY: Columbia Univ. Press, 1911.
Chapman, Stanley. The Rise of Merchant Banking. London: Allen & Unwin, 1984.

*Charles-Picard, Gilbert and Colette. Daily Life In Carthage. Trans. A.E.   Foster. NY: Macmillan, 1966.

Checkland, S. G. Scotttish Banking – A History 1695-1973. London: Collins, 1975.

*Chevelier, Michel. The Probable Fall in the Value of Gold. NY: Appleton,   1859. Appendix notes on his 1853 Remarks on the Precious Metals   and on the Depreciation of Gold.

*Chopra, M. Umer. Toward a Just Monetary System. London: The Islamic   Foundation, 1985.

Cipolla, Carlo M. Monetary Policy of Fourteenth Century Florence. Univ. of   California, 1982.
________. Money, Prices and Civilization in the Mediterranean World. Padua   Univ. Press, 1953.

Clausen, A.W. Future Role of the World Bank. Brookings Institute, 1982.

*Conant, Charles Arthur. A History of Modern Banks of Issue. NY: Putnam, 1909.

*Cooper, Peter. Letter to President Grant. June 1, 1877.
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Copernicus, Nicola. Treatise on Coining Money. Trans. G. A. Moore.

Corey, Lewis. The House of Morgan. NY: Watt, 1930.

*Cowles, Virginia. The Great Swindle (South Sea Bubble); NY: Harper Brothers,  1960.

*Craig, John. The Mint- A History of the London Mint From 287 to 1948.   Cambridge Univ. Press, 1953.

*Crawford, Michael. Coinage and Money Under the Roman Republic.    Univ. of California Press, 1985.

Cusa, Nicholas. Unity and Reform. Edited by Patrick Dolan. Univ. of Notre   Dame Press, 1962.

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*Davies, Glyn. A History of Money From Ancient Times to the Present Day.   Univ. of Wales Press, 1994.

*De Brunhoff, Suzanne. Marx on Money. Trans. M. Goldbloom. NY: Urizen, 1976.

*** De Fremery, Robert. Rights vs. Privileges. San Anselmo: Provocative Press, 1994.
*_______. Money and Freedom. Self published, 1957.

** De La Vega, Joseph. Confusione de Confusiones (1688). Harvard Graduate  Business School, u.d.,1960s.

*De Vries, Margaret G. The IMF in a Changing World 1945-1985. Washington:  International Monetary Fund, 1986.

*De Vries, Barend A. Remaking the World Bank. Washington: Seven Locks, 1987.

*** Del Mar, Alexander. History of Monetary Systems. 1895. Repr., NY: A.M.      Kelley, 1978.
***______ History of Money in Ancient Countries. London: Bell, 1885.
*** ______. Middle Ages Revisited. NY: Cambridge Encyl., 1900.
*** ______. History of Precious Metals. 1902. Repr., NY: A.M. Kelley, 1969.
*** _______. History of Money in America. c. 1900. Repr., NY: Burt Franklin, 1968.
*** ______. Money and Civilization. 1867. Repr., NY: Burt Franklin, 1969.
*** ______. The Science of Money. NY: Cambridge Encyl.,1904.
*** ______. History of Monetary Crimes. Washington: Del Mar Society, 1899.
*________. Did the Hindus Discover America?; Indian Rev., Madras, Sept. 1912.

*** Dempsey, Bernard. Interest and Usury. London: Dennis Dobson, 1948.

** Dewey, Davis Rich. Financial History of the U.S. NY: Longman’s Green, 1903.

** Dewolf, Lyman E. Money – Its Use and Abuse. Chicago: Pigott Webster, 1869.

*Dickeson, M.W. American Numismatical Manual. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1865.

**Dillaye, Stephen D. Assignats and Mandats. A True History, including an   examination of A.D. White’s Paper Money In France. Philadelphia:   Henry Carey Baird, 1877.
Dio. Roman History. Book 1. Harvard Univ. Press, Loeb, 1972.

Disney, Antony R. Twilight of the Pepper Empire. Harvard Univ. Press, 1978.

*Dollinger, Philip. The German Hansa. Trans. Ault & Sternberg. Stanford   Univ. Press, 1970.

Dorpalen, Andreas. The World of General Haushofer. NY: Farrar and Reinhart, 1942.

Dowd, Kevin. The Experience of Free Banking. London: Routledge, 1992.

Driscoll, David D. What is the International Monetary Fund? Washington:   International Monetary Fund, 1992.

*Dury, John. A Case Of Conscience. Letter of J. Dury to Samuel Hartlieb, from  Kossel. Printed for Richard Wodenothe, 1656.

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Edbury, P.W. and D.M. Metcalf. Coinage in the Latin East. Oxford: BAR   International Series # 77, 1980.

** Ehrenberg, Richard. Capital and Finance in the Age of the Renaissance.   Repr., NY: A.M. Kelley, 1967.

** Einzig, Paul. Primitive Money. NY: Pergamon, 1966.
*_______. Fight for Financial Supremacy. London: Macmillan, 1931.
*_______. The Bank for International Settlements. London: Macmillan, 1930.
________. Economic Foundations of Fascism. London: Macmillan, 1933.
________. The Destiny of Gold. NY: St. Martin�s, 1972

Emden, Paul H. Money Powers of Europe. NY: Appleton Century, 1938.

** Ernst, Joseph Albert. Money and Politics in America 1755-1775. Inst. of   Early American Hist. & Culture, Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1973.

Evans, Allen. Some Coinage Systems of the 14th Century. Journal of Economic  and Business History III, 1931.

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** Feavearyear, A.E. The Pound Sterling. Oxford Univ. Press,1963.

*Feder, Gottfried. Hitler’s Official Program. George Allen & Unwin. 1934.   Repr., NY: Howard Ferbig, 1971.

*Fenton, Roger. A Treatise on Usurie. London: imprinted by Felix Kyngston for  William Aspley, 1612.

*Ferguson, William S. Greek Imperialism. NY: Biblo & Tannen, 1963, 1941.

*Fisher, Sydney George. 1863 article in the North American Review.

Flursheim, Michael. Clue to the Economic Labyrinth. London: Swann    Sonnenschein, 1902, Repr. in Perth.

*Flynn, John. Men of Wealth. Freeport, NY: Books For Libraries,1971.

Foster, William Truffant. Edison-Ford Commodity Money. NY: Address to the   Academy of Political Science, November 1922.

Foster, William, & Wadill Catchings. Money. NY: Houghton Mifflin,1927.

** Francke & Hudson. Banking and Finance in West Germany. NY: St. Martin�s, 1984.

** Frank, Tenney. An Economic History of Rome. NY: Cooper Square Pub., 1962.

* Franklin, Benjamin. Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. NY: Macmillan, 1911.
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*** Frazer, James George. The Golden Bough. NY: Macmillan, 1953.

** Freeman, Kathleen. Work and Life of Solon. Univ. of Wales Press, 1926.

** Friedman, Milton and Anna Schwartz. A Monetary History of the U.S. 1867- 1960. Natl. Bureau of Econ. Res., Princeton Univ. Press, 1971.

*Friedman, Milton. Capitalism and the Jews. In Morality of The Market. Edited  by Block, Brennan and Elzinga. Fraser Institute, Vancouver, B.C. 1985.

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Gallatin, Robert. Considerations on the Currency and Banking System of the   U.S. Philadelphia: Carel and Lear, 1831.

* Garfield, James. The Currency Conflict. Atlantic Monthly, v.37.

** Garrison, Elisha Ely. Roosevelt, Wilson, and the Federal Reserve Law.   Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1931.

George, Henry. Progress and Poverty. NY: Schalkenbach Foundation, 1992.
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*Gibbon, Edward. Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Great Books, Encyl.  Brittanica, Univ. of Chicago Press, vols.40, & 41, 1952.
** Godfrey, John. 1204 The Unholy Crusade. Oxford Univ. Press, 1980.
** Gouge, William M. A Short History of Paper Money and Banking.    Philadelphia:T. Ustik, 1833.

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*Grant, Michael. Roman History from Coins. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1958.

Greeley, Horace. Political Economy. Boston: Fields & Osgood, 1870.

*Greenspan, Alan. Gold & Economic Freedom essay in Ayn Rand’s Capitalism  the Unknown IdealNew. NY: American Library, 1967.

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*Grierson, Philip. Monetary Reforms of Abd Al Malik. Journal of Economic &  Social History of the Orient, vol .3, Oct. 3, 1960.
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*Hamilton, Alexander, John Jay and James Madison. The Federalist Papers.   Chicago: Great Books, Encyclopedia Britannica,Volume 43.
*Hamilton, Alexander. Papers on Public Credit commerce and Finance. New  York: McKee & Williams, Liberal Arts, 1957.

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*Hayek, F. A. Denationalisation of Money, The Argument Refined. London:   Institute of Economic Affairs, 1978.

Hazlitt, Carew. The Venetian Republic. NY: AMS, 1915.

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Helps, Sir Arthur. The Spanish Conquest in America. London: John W. Parker  & Sons, Vol 1, 1855.

Henderson, M.I. The Establishment of the Equester Ordo. Journal Of Roman   Studies; Liii, 1963.

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** Hicks, John D. The Populist Revolt. Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1961.

Higham, John. Anti-Semitism in the Guilded Age. Indianapolis: Bobs Merrill, 1957.

Hirst, Margaret E. The Life of Frederich List. London: Smith Elder,1909.

** Hixson, William F. The Triumph of the Bankers. Westport, Ct: Praeger, 1993.

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** Laum, Bernard. Heileges Geld. Section trans. by Stephanie Watjen.    Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 1924.

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