Financial History of the United States: Fiscal, Monetary, Banking, and Tariff, Including Financial Administration and State and Local Finance

By Paul Studenski; Herman E. Krooss | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
Prefacevii
1. The Meaning and Basic Trends of Financial History1
PART I. FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO THE CIVIL WAR
2. Colonial Finance12
3. Financing the Revolution25
4. From Colonial Organization to Statehood and Federalism33
5. Establishment of the National Financial System45
6. Jeffersonian Finance65
7. Financing the War of 181275
8. The Search for New Guideposts, 1816 to 182882
9. Finances of an Emerging Democracy, 1828 to 183797
10. Financing through the Depression, 1837 to 1843111
11. Finances of the Last Agrarian Administrations119
12. State and Local Finance, 1800 to 1860128
PART II. FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO WORLD WAR I
13. Civil War Financing: The First Mistakes137
14. Civil War Financinig: The More Effective Stage147
15. Fiscal Readjustments after the Civil War161
16. Post-Civil War Monetary and Banking Readjustments176
17. State and Local Finance, 1860 to 1900192
18. Failures of a Reform Administration201
19. Finances of the Gilded Age: Disappearance of the Surplus212
20. Finances of the Gilded Age: The Triumph of Industrialism226
21. The Progressive Era: Monetary and Banking Reforms241
22. The Progressive Era: Fiscal Policy263
PART III. SINCE WORLD WAR I
23. Financing World War I280

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