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A Vault Full of Gold: Bernard Baruch and FDR’s Gold Confiscation

By Carl Watner (July-August 2020) I have had a long-standing interest in the national bank holiday of 1933, and the Presidential Executive Orders and Proclamations which mandated the surrender of gold and gold coinage held by American citizens. Over the years I have read of numerous court cases challenging the Treasury’s abrogations of the government’s …

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No Indians in Heaven: Bartolome de las Casas and the Question of Indian Sacrifice

By Carl Watner This article can trace its roots back to a two-book review by Barton Swaim in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL on April 13-14, 2019, titled “Render Unto Caesar.” What really caught my eye, was the banner quote across the top of the page, that read: “You cannot parcel out freedom in pieces because …

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ANDREW J. GALAMBOS: HISTORY OF ORIGINS OF THE V-50 AND V-201 LECTURES

By Fred G. Marks and Allison J. Marks [Editor’s Note: Andrew J. Galambos (1924-1997) was one of the pivotal figures in developing the ramifications of a stateless society. The original version of this article (complete with footnotes) appeared at capitalismtheliberalrevlution.com/people-ideas/. This essay is based principally on telephone and email conversations between Alvin Lowi and Frederic …

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