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Part 1: The Birth of Territorial Currencies in the Nineteenth Century 1. The Initial Transformation: From Monetary Heterogeneity to Territorial Currencies 2. Two Structural Preconditions: Nation-States and Industrial Technology 3. Making Markets: Transaction Costs and Monetary Reform 4. Multiple Macroeconomic and Fiscal Motivations 5. National Identities and Territorial Currencies Part 2: The Contestation and Spread of Territorial Currencies 6.'Two Nineteenth-Century Challenges: Currency Unions and Free Banking 7. The Coming of Age of Territorial Currencies in the Interwar Years 8.'The Monetary Dimensions of Imperialism: Colonial Currency Reforms 9. The Final Wave: Post-1945 Macroeconomic Activism and Southern Reforms 10. The Current Challenge to Territorial CurrenciesLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:Money, Money Political aspects, Currency question