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eBook The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics Economic History) ePub

by Donald R. Stabile

  • ISBN: 0313307547
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Donald R. Stabile
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (June 18, 1998)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1997 kb
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History of Political Economy 3. (2000) 171-172 Alexander Hamilton was right, and his opponents were wrong. Given how much Stabile admires Hamilton, it is a weakness of the book that he should in this way so underestimate the man and his contributions. Indeed, the main weakness of the book is its treatment of money.

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Donald R. Stabile, The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776–1836. Article June 1999 · The Journal of Economic History.

Previous books on public finance history have focused on economic . Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics and Economic History).

Previous books on public finance history have focused on economic issues regarding taxes. Exploring the intellectual history of the debates over money, debt, and taxes as the three potential forms of public finance, Stabile provides insight into the constitutional debate alive at the end of the 20th century. The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics and Economic History). 0313307547 (ISBN13: 9780313307546).

in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 Vol. 198 by Donald R. Stabile (1998, Hardcover) '�Donald Stabile has written a compact and readable history of America's national government's public finance from th. .

Contributions in Economics and Economic History: The Origins of American Public Finance : Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 Vol. Stabile (1998, Hardcover). Chronicles the origins of the economic and political ideas expressed in the debate over public finance during the early decades of the US, focusing on the debate over what powers of taxation the national government should have. �Donald Stabile has written a compact and readable history of America's national government's public finance from the Declaration of Independence to the end of Andrew Jackson's second term.

The Journal of Economic History. By Donald R. Stabile. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.

Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics Economic History).

Description this book The Origins of American Public Finance Shows that, while lobbying during the constitutional convention produced tax loopholes as part of the Constitution, leaders were able to get a reluctant population accustomed to paying taxes. Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836 (Contributions in Economics Economic History).

By Donald R. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998

The Origins of American Public Finance: Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776–1836. Handle: RePEc:cup:jechis:v:59:y:1999:i:02:p:553-554 02.

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Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The origins of American public finance : debates over money, debt, and taxes in the Constitutional era, 1776-1836 Donald R. Book's title: The origins of American public finance : debates over money, debt, and taxes in the Constitutional era, 1776-1836 Donald R. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -203) and index. Rubrics: Finance, Public United States History 18th century History 19th century.

The Origins of American Public Finance : Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836.

An examination of an early version of the debate over money, debt, and taxes sheds light on current debates regarding public finance, a balanced budget, and paying. The Origins of American Public Finance : Debates over Money, Debt, and Taxes in the Constitutional Era, 1776-1836.

An examination of an early version of the debate over money, debt, and taxes sheds light on current debates regarding public finance, a balanced budget, and paying off the public debt. Stabile shows that while special interest lobbying during the constitutional convention produced tax loopholes as part of the Constitution, determined leaders were able to get a reluctant population used to paying taxes and were capable of putting together plans of public finance that attained their goals. Such historical evidence challenges the view that political leaders are incapable of passing the unpopular taxes needed to balance the federal government's budget and pay off the public debt.

Taking a political economy approach that describes how political leaders took economic ideas and made them work, this book combines intellectual history with economic history. Previous books on public finance history have focused on economic issues regarding taxes. Exploring the intellectual history of the debates over money, debt, and taxes as the three potential forms of public finance, Stabile provides insight into the constitutional debate alive at the end of the 20th century.