Stable Money - A History of the Movement

By: Fisher, Irving [Signed]; Cohrssen, Hans R.L.

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Stable Money Association gift bookplate inside front board is signed by Irving Fisher, James Rand, Jr., and Frederic A. Delano. Delano [1863-1953] was uncle to FDR, President of the Stable Money Association and was appointed to serve on the first Board of the Federal Reserve by Woodrow Wilson. James Rand Jr. [1886-1968] was Chairman of the Committee For the Nation and a prominent American businessman. This copy inscribed to Ethan Bates Stanley who was President of the American Laundry Machinery Company. pp. [vi], vii-xxiii, 484. Selected bibliography. Index. Extensive footnotes. "The present book is intended to be not so much a history of [monetary] catastrophes, due to unstable money and endured by unsuspecting millions subject to the money illusion, but rather a history of the efforts of a few to remedy or prevent such catastrophies." - xxi. Pages 443-484 constitute a lengthy list of Stable Money Pioneers, individuals who supported the movement. Corporate affiliations are included for most of these names, thus the list reads like a corporate Who's Who of America. Dust jacket not included. Average wear to publisher's pebbled navy cloth. Binding sound. Bookseller ink stamp inside front board. 21 x 14.5cm. Rist p.379, Cohen p.186, Fisher M-2058,

Title: Stable Money - A History of the Movement

Author Name: Fisher, Irving [Signed]; Cohrssen, Hans R.L.

Categories: Signed, Economics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Adelphi Company Publishers: 1934

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 169H5168

Keywords: Monetary Policy, Irving Fisher, Frederic A. Delano, Ethan Bates Stanley, Stable Money Movement, Committee For the Nation, Stable Money, Federal Reserve System, Gold Standard, London Economic Conference, Weimar Hyperinflation, Wiemar, Stable Money League, Stable Money Association, ,