The Power "to Coin" Money: The Exercise of Monetary Powers by the Congress
Using the metaphor of the socially constructed organization of space, this text takes a broad view of the evolution of urban America, from its historical roots to the present. It examines how policies respond to and affect the organization of space, and it looks to the future of American cities.
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The Scope of Monetary Policy
Interpreting the Constitution
Roots of the Constitutions Monetary Provisions
Drafting the Monetary Provisions of the Constitution
Establishing the Bank of the United States
Federal Coins and State Bank Notes
Federal Bills of Credit
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