“Thomas Jefferson’s Free-Market Economics” by Murray N. Rothbard
Even though he himself had done much to prepare the way for war with Great Britain in 1812, Jefferson was disillusioned by the public debt, high taxation, government spending, flood of paper money, and burgeoning of privileged bank monopolies that accompanied the war.
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Mises Daily: Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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