How the earliest seeds of socialism sprouted and grew in the United States in the late nineteenth and twentieth century.
"It is hardly lack of due process for the government to regulate that which it subsidizes."
The private owner cannot escape the costs of ownership and the obligation to act as steward of his goods for the public's benefit.
There is no way to follow the crowd to a new idea or a better way of life.
The early American attempts at deficit financing were "not worth a Continental."
The story of the first private coinage in America.
The more scarce and valuable a given resource, the more urgent the need for private ownership and market disposition.
"Safe Places" by David and Holly Franke"Freedom and the Law" by Bruno Leoni