“Hard Money” in the Voluntaryist Tradition

by Carl Watner From Issue 23 – Jan. 1987 At least twice in his career, Lysander Spooner (1801 – 1887) commented on the existence and circulation of privately made gold coins in the United States. In 1844, when rebutting the Postmaster General’s claim that the constitutional right of Congress to establish post office post roads …

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