BOOKS OF INTEREST

ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONEY POWER

An Extraordinary Reading List from the former Yamaguchy.netfirms site

FEBRUARY 2011 UPDATE

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NATIONAL CURRENCY 
by "Yamaguchy Incorporated"

"Debates of the Act to strengthen the public Credit, approved March 18, 1869; and the text of other speeches in Congress leading up to the Act."

This is very interesting background material for anybody interested in monetary matters. It covers some of the heated Congressional debates on money, currency, and credit, and the influence of the banking powers in the decades prior to and after the Civil War – Legal Tender laws that produced "Greenbacks" (U.S. Notes), and why and how they were perverted; and the National Banking Acts that produced "National Currency" (National Bank Currency), which were the bankers' precursor to the Federal Reserve System and Federal Reserve Notes.

TITLES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

A Short History of Paper Money and Banking (1833) by William M. Gouge

National Currency by Yamaguchy Incorporated

The Secret of the Rothschilds by Mary E. Hobart

Selected Letters of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson

Shylock as Banker by Gordon Clark

Seven Financial Conspiracies by Sarah Emery

A Scientific Exposure of the Errors in Our Monetary System by Mary Hobart

History of the Supreme Court Volume I. by Gustavus Myers

History of the Supreme Court volume II. by Gustavus Myers

The Great Conspiracy of the House of Morgan Exposed by Henry Loucks

The True History of the American Revolution  by Sidney Fisher

Vampire of the Continent  by Ernst Reventlow

McCulloch's Tramps by Yamaguchy Incorporated

Shall it be again ? by John Turner

And more are being added on a regular basis.

Visit the YARMULKA'S STOREFRONT for new titles.


In June, 2010 we reported that the Yamaguchy.netfirms site was down, and that we hoped it was only a temporary circumstance. It looked bad for a while, but we are pleased to report that as of the 2nd of February, 2011, the Yamaguchy site is being resurrected on its own domain...

http://www.yamaguchy.com

We had posted the following titles from the former Yamaguchy.netfirms site and will leave them here until they are back up at the Yamaguchy site.

History of the Legal Tender Paper Money, (1869) by Elbridge Gerry Spaulding

The Greenback Dollar, It's History and its Worth (1877) by Benjamin S. Heath

Ideas for Good Government, (1883), by Peter Cooper

The American People's Money (1896), by Ignatius Donnelly

Conquest of Poverty, (1933), by Gerald Grattan McGeer

DISCLAIMER: The above works are presented in the interests of education and the dissemination of information intended to increase the public understanding of the nature of money, the "money power," and monetary policy.
     We can make no claims as to the completeness or accuracy of the works presented here, nor can we take any credit for the considerable amount of work that made their presentation here possible. All credit is reserved to the webmaster of the former Yamaguchy.netfirms site (now resurrected as http://www.yamaguchy.com), who kindly provided this material to us some years ago.

ORIGINAL PARTIAL LIBRARY LIST

Many of these books, articles, letters, papers, and speeches are rare texts dating from the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. They are roughly arranged in the lists below according to the date of publication rather than author or specific subject. Most of Yamaguchy's English language collection is listed here (but not all of it).

AUTHORS FEATURED (Partial list)

David Astle, Nesta Webster, John Abbott, Gustavus Myers, Charles Beard, Francis Adams, Matthew Josephson, Richard Pettigrew, Robert Thompson, Jonathan Duncan, Henry Carey, Edward Kellogg, William Kelley, Thomas Ferry, Peter Cooper, William Berkey, Benjamin Heath, Ignatius Donnelly, Mary Hobart, Sarah Emery, Arthur Kitson, Thomas Huskinson, Silas Adams, Lawrence Dennis, Sidney Fay, John Turner, Michael Pearson, Ariadna Tyrkova, Bella Dodd, Ludwell Denny, Gary Allen, Antony Sutton, McNair Wilson, Las Cases, June Grem, Charles Lindbergh, Henry Loucks, Gertrude Coogan, William Guy Carr, Arthur Nelson Field, Ezra Pound, Marion LaFollette, Theodore, Jerolaman James Harvey

MONEY, CENTRAL BANKS, AND THE GREENBACK 

Currency and Banking, (1831) Albert Gallatin
The Anti-Bank Democrat (1842)
The Slave Trade
, (1853 by Carey) Observer
The Bank Charter Act, (1857 England) Jonathan Duncan
Greenbacks... (1864) The Observer
Financial Catechism, (1862-1882) S.M. Brice
Monopolies and the People, (1873) David C. Cloud
A New Monetary System, (1875) Edward Kellogg
The Money Question, (1876) William Berkey
Paper Money, (1877) James Harvey
The Greenback Dollar, (1877) Benjamin Heath
Greenback Catechism
, (1877) Mark Pomeroy
Ideas for Good Government, (1883) Peter Cooper
Errors in Our Monetary System
, (1891) Mary E. Hobart
Shylock... (1894) Gordon Clark
History and Science of Money, (1896) Theodore Jerolaman
The American People's Money, (1896) Ignatius Donnelly
The Secret of the Rothschilds, (1898) Mary E. Hobart
The Coming Battle (1899) Martin W. Walbert
The Money Problem, (1903) Arthur Kitson
Promise to Pay, (1934) McNair Wilson
Money Creators, (1935) Gertrude Coogan
Legalized Crime of Banking, (1959) Silas Adams
The Money Manipulators, (1971) June Grem

 

MISCELLANEOUS WORKS ON WEALTH, MONEY, AND BANKING

Letters of Thomas Jefferson (1789-1825)
Senators Benton, Calhoun, Webster
(1830s)
How can paper money increase wealth?
(1849 London) Retford Currency Society
History of the Legal Tender Paper Money, (1869) Elbridge Spaulding
Speeches on money in the Houses of Congress, (1874-1908) by
William Kelley, John Jones, Thomas Ferry, William Stewart, Robert LaFollette
Elements of Political Economy, (1875) Robert Thompson
Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States, (1880) William Royall
History of Tammany Hall, (1901- ) Gustavus Myers
History of the Great American Fortunes
, (1910) Gustavus Myers
History of the Supreme Court of the United States
, (1912) Gustavus Myers
A History of Canadian Wealth
, (1914) Gustavus Myers
The Great Conspiracy of the House of Morgan Exposed, (1916) Henry Loucks
Banking and Currency and the Money Trust, (ca. 1920) Charles Lindbergh
An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States, (1962) Charles Beard


MORE HISTORY ON REVOLUTION, WAR, THE PLUTOCRACY,
AND THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL AND MONEY POWERS

Memoirs of the Court of Berlin, (1786) Mirabeau
Napoleon at Saint Helena
, (1823) Emmanuel Las Cases
Charles the First
, (1828?) Isaac Disraeli
The History of Napoleon Bonaparte, (1851) John S.C. Abbott
The Slave Trade
,
(1853) Henry Carey
Eight-hour-day, (1865) Wendell Phillips
Chapters of Erie and other essays, (1871) Francis Adams
Seven Financial Conspiracies, (1887) Sarah Emery
The Original Mr. Jacobs (1888)
The Great Red Dragon, (1890) L.B. Woolfolk
Shylock:... (1894) Gordan Clark
Story of the Gold Conspiracy
, (1895) Alexander del Mar
A Call to Action, (1892) James Weaver
America’s Appeal for United Nations (1908)
Secret Societies and the French Revolution
, (1911) Una Birch
Vampire of the Continent,
(MCMXV) Memoirs of Kaiser Wilhelm II
The Hapsburg Monarchy
, (1914) Henry W. Steed
How Diplomats Make War, (1915) Francis Neilson
Liberty to Brest-Litovsk
, (1919) Ariadna Tyrkˇva-Williams
The French Revolution
, (1919) Nesta Webster
The Bank of England’s Charters
(1922) Thomas Huskinson
Triumphant Plutocracy, (1922) Richard Pettigrew
Shall it be Again?,(1922) John Turner
School of Darkness
, ( 1954) Bella Dodd
Philip the Fair,
(1922) Funck-Brentano
Secret Societies and Subversive Movements
, (1924) Nesta Webster
Through Thirty Years
, (1924) Henry W. Steed
The Great White Brotherhood
(1925) Charlie W. Leadbeatter
Secret War Against the Jews 
Benito Mussolini
(1928) The Saturday Evening Post
We Fight for Oil
, (1928) Ludwell Denny
The Origins of the World War, (1928) Sidney Fay
The New Freedom
, (192?) Woodrow Wilson
Henry Ford's minimum wage
(1931)
The Fall of the Russian Empire
, (1931) Edmund Walsh
The truth about the Slump,
(1931) Arthur N. Field
Driving out the Money Changers
, (1933) Charles Caughlin
Conquest of Poverty
, (1933) McGeer
Merchants of Death, (1934) Engelbrecht and Hanighen 
The Robber Barons, (1934) Matthew Josephson
The Two Nations, (1935) Christopher Hollis
The Coming American Fascism, (1936) Lawrence Dennis
Land for the Chosen, (1942-3) Clifford Douglas
Ezra Pound Speaking, (WWII Years)
Empire of the City, (1944-46) Edwin Knuth
The Forrestal Diaries (1945) The Jews wanted war
Robert Marion LaFollette (1947)
The Secret Destiny of America, (1944) Manly Palmer Hall
Back Door to War (ch 23)
, (1952) Charles C. Tansill
FDR wanted war (1953) Frederic R. Sanborn
Revisionism and the Historical Blackout, (1953) Harry E. Barnes
Pawns in the Game,
(ca. 1958) William G. Carr
The Fourth Floor
, (1962) Earl T. Smith
Red Symphony
, (1968) J. Landowsky
The Sealed Train
, (1975) Michael Pearson
None Dare Call it Conspiracy (1971) Gary Allen
Murder by Injection
, (1977) Eustace Mullins
Monarchy or Money Power,  (1978) McNair Wilson
Martin Bormann :  nazi in exile
, (1981) Paul Manning
Khubilai Khan (ch 5), (1988) Morris Rossabi
Secret Agenda, Project Paperclip
, (1991) Linda Hunt
Stalin's Plans for World War II (1991) R. C. Raack
The World Order, (1992) Eustace Mullins
The Babylonian Woe, (1993) David Astle

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