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Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

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This firey monograph shows a side of Murray Rothbard not seen in his theoretical treatise: his ability to employ "power elite" analysis to understand the relationship between money, power, and war.
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This fiery monograph shows a side of Murray Rothbard not seen in his theoretical treatise: his ability to employ "power elite" analysis to understand the relationship between money, power, and war.

Rather than allow the left to dominate this approach to history; Rothbard shows how wealthy elites are only able to manipulate world affairs via their connection to state power. Those mainstream historians might deride Rothbard's history as a "conspiracy" approach, Rothbard himself is only out to show that world affairs are not random historical forces but the consequence of choices and paths chosen by real human beings.

Here he gives the grim details of how a network of banks, bond dealers, and Wall Street insiders have both favored war and profited from it.

The contents of this volume include a long and thoughtful introduction by Anthony Gregory and an afterword by Justin Raimondo.

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The contents of this volume include:

  • Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy
  • Appendix I: The Treaty that Wall Street Wrote
  • Appendix II: Who's Who for the Canal Treaty
  • Afterword
ISBN 9781610161923
eISBN 9781610163088
Publisher LvMI
Publication Date 05/01/2011
Binding PB
Page Length 106
Dimensions 6x9
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