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States’ Rights vs. Monetary Monopoly by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

States’ rights as a check on the tyrannical proclivities of the central government ended in 1865, of course. As Forrest McDonald noted in States’ Rights and the Union (p. 224), after Lincoln’s war the Supreme Court “became the sole and … Continue reading

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