Table of contents for Gold : the once and future money / Nathan Lewis.

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Contents
Foreword by Addison Wiggin
Preface
Part I: Money in All its Forms
Chapter 1: Good Money Is Stable Money:
		A Barter Economy vs. a Money Economy
Chapter 2: Hard Money and Soft Money:
		Currency around the World?from the 7th Century BC to the 21st Century AD
Chapter 3: Supply, Demand, and the Value of Currency:
		How the Circulation of Money Is Regulated by Central Banks
Chapter 4: Inflation, Deflation, and Floating Currencies
?And Their Effect on Prices, Wages, Taxes, and Debt
Chapter 5: The Gold Standard:
		A Benchmark of the Value of Money that Creates a Free Market
Chapter 6: Taxes
 ?How They Diminish Productivity, Trade, the Stability of Money, and 
Overall Economic Health
Part II: A History of US Money
Chapter 7: Money in America
 ?From Colonial Silver and Paper to the Turmoil of 1929
Chapter 8: A History of Central Banking
 ?From Ancient Egypt and Rome to the Bank of England and the US Federal 
 Reserve
Chapter 9: The 1930s:
		Bad Capitalism and a Failure of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Chapter 10: The Bretton Woods Gold Standard:
 30 Years of Hard Currency Destroyed by Taxes in the 1970s
 Chapter 11: Volcker and Reagan: Monetarism Fails, But the Tax Cuts Succeed
 ?And the 1980s Boom
Chapter 12: The Greenspan Years:
		The 1987 Stock Market Crash, a Recession, Deflation, and a Slow Economic 
 Recovery
Part III: Currency Crises Around the World
Chapter 13: Japan?s Two Great Periods of Economic Success
 ?Based on a Gold Standard/Hard Currency and Low Taxes
Chapter 14: The Asia Crisis of the Late 1990s: 
 Worldwide Currency Turmoil and Economic Disaster Caused by a 
 Mismanaged US Dollar
Chapter 15: Devastating Currency Devaluations in Russian, China, Mexico, and Yugoslavia
Chapter 16: A Return to Hard Currencies-- 
 Good Government Leads to Good Money
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Monetary policy.
Business cycles.
Gold standard.