Banking and Currency and the Money Trust by Charles August Lindbergh

By Charles August Lindbergh

along with being the daddy of the recognized aviator, Charles August Lindbergh (1859 – 1924) was once an American Congressman from Minnesota. In 1913 he penned his vintage Banking and foreign money and the money belief as a part of his competition to the Federal Reserve Act.

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