[BOOKS] ✪ HARVESTING GOLD: THOMAS EDISON'S EXPERIMENT TO RE-INVENT AMERICAN MONEY Author David L. Hammes – Submitalink.info Thomas Edison S Inventions Electrified Cities, Streamlined Factories, And Provided The Hardware And Software Needed To Launch A Vast New Entertainment Industry A True American Visionary, People Clad To Hear The Genius Whenever He Spoke But A Key Part Of His Legacy Has Been Missing From History Books Until Now In , Edison Proposed A Radical Overhaul The US Monetary System In Fact, He Proposed Coming Up With A New Kind Of Money Like Today, This Was An Era Wracked By High Unemployment, A Fluctuating Dollar, Political Unrest, And Social Turmoil Edison S Goals Were Bold To Assure The Dollar Would Become Reliable Enough To Support Full Employment, To Relieve The Huge Debt Burden Crushing Farmers, To Prevent Wall Street From Gouging Main Street, And To Bring Prosperity To The Entire NationHarvesting Gold Tells The Remarkable Story Of Edison S Forgotten Plan It Explores Economic Questions That Are As Relevant Today As When Raised By The Nation S Top Thinker Than Years Ago What Is The Proper Role Of The Federal Reserve System Why Does The Fed Do What It Does And Should It Continue Harvesting Gold Reveals What This Creative Genius Was Told By The Experts, Included His Encouragement By Respected Wall Street Financier Bernard Baruch The Book Tries To Understand Why Edison S Remarkable Plan Was Ignored By The Movers And Shakers Of His Day And How America Might Have Changed Had They Heeded His Advice Written In An Engaging Style And Drawing On Extensive Correspondence Drawn From Archives Of The Thomas Edison National Historical Park, Harvesting Gold Recounts A Compelling Drama For Anyone Eager To Know About A Little Known Period In Th Century History As Well As Its Direct Connection To Crucial Economic And Monetary Issues Of Today It Also Reproduces A Copy Of Edison S Original Proposal Readers Who Made Bestsellers Of Ahamed S Lords Of Finance, Sorkin S Too Big To Fail, And Lewis S The Big Short Will Be Enthralled By Harvesting Gold A Smart, Lively Account Of A Revealing Episode In Economic History A Detailed And Highly Readable Exposition Of Thomas Edison S Complex Monetary Reform Scheme And It S Surprising Resemblance To Modern Day Policy Innovations In Hammes Vivild Portrait, Edison Emerges As A Great American Amateur Half Genius, Half Crank, Convinced That A Little Commonsense Tinkering Could Improve The Economy Where The Experts Have Failed Hammes Illuminates The Crucial Role Money Plays Not Just In The Economy But Also In The National Character Kirkus Reviews

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