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4/2/2017An Answer to Warren Buffet on GoldFood for thought - 24hgold
4/2/2017April 2, 1792 : The US Coinage ActHistory of Gold
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3/28/2017What is Money?Mike Hewitt - Dollar Daze
3/27/2017March 12, 1933 Roosevelt’s Banking Crisis Speech, 1933Confiscation Issue - Charleston Voice
3/27/2017March 27, 1980 : Silver Thursday, or the end of the The Hunt Brothers StoryHistory of Silver - Playboy
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3/18/2017Sparta - Gold prohibition in a collapsing economyPaul Tustain - Galmarley.com
3/15/2017The Weimar hyperinflation - 1923 – GermanyThe Disastrous History of Money - Bullion Vault
3/12/2017The Political and Economic ContinuumJesse - Le Café Américain
3/11/2017Rome - Monetary expansion republican militarism [200 BC]Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
3/9/2017Gold Manipulation QuizBix Weir
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3/6/2017Ionia - Riches without strength [700 BC]Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
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2/28/2017Chinese credit derivatives under Kublai Khan [1200 AD]Paul Tustain - Galmarley.com
2/27/2017The World's Cumulative Gold and Silver ProductionDavid Zurbuchen
2/25/2017Three Levels of Survival SkillsDavid Galland - Casey Research
2/24/2017Banker Gold Price Suppression Currency Manipulations Have Persisted for 50 yearsCharleston Voice
2/21/2017Reserves and Resources: A Primer for the Lay InvestorInvesting in Mining Stocks - The Gold Report
2/20/2017The CounterParty Risk Management Policy GroupPPT Chronicles - CRMPolicy
2/19/2017Freedom and FederalismTom DiLorenzo
2/19/2017Oct 24, 1929 : Wall Street CrashesPanics, Manias and Crashes - London Herald
2/18/2017Gold: the protector and creator of jobsHugo Salinas Price - Plata.com
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2/11/2017Thomas Paine, Liberty's Hated TorchbearerGeorge F. Smith - Barbarous Relic
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2/6/2017Gold was not selected arbitrarily by governments to be the monetary standardFood for thought