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" The two greatest events which have occurred in the history of mankind have been directly brought about by a successive contraction and expansion of the circulating medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery,... "
Extension of Stabilization Fund and Powers, Etc: Hearing[s], Seventy-eighth ... - Página 122
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures - 1943
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The Gold Standard: An Historical Study

Brooks Adams - 1896 - 38 páginas
...medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece, from which the precious metals for the circulation of the...
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The Great Power: Its Origin, Use, and Influence; a Brief Explanation of the ...

Sir Montagu de Pomeroy Webb - 1897 - 205 páginas
...medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about...owing to a directly opposite set of agencies being put into operation. Columbus led the way in the career of renovation ; when he spread his sails across...
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Rational Money: A National Currency Intelligently Regulated in Reference to ...

Frank Parsons - 1898 - 177 páginas
...circulating medium. The fall of the Roman Empire so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery, heathenism and moral corruption was in reality brought about...decline in the silver and gold mines of Spain and Greece."77 The failure of the money supply to keep pace with business caused an appreciation of money...
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Life of Col. Jesse Harper of Danville, Ills: Farm-boy, Lawyer, Editor ...

Jesse Harper - 1904 - 371 páginas
...Europe" says: "The fall of the Roman Empire so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in gold and silver." The mines they knew gave out and the volume shrank away, so that what little was...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen98

1906
...Money : — "The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the silver and gold mines of Greece. . . . Columbus led the way in the career of renovation; when he spread his sails across the...
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Unemployment, Old Age and Social Insurance: Hearings Before a Subcommittee ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor - 1935 - 726 páginas
...Regarding Rome's money troubles, " money got out of hand", says HG Wells. " The fall of the Roman Empire was in reality brought about by a decline in the silver and gold mines of Spain and Greece ", says the English historian. Sir Archibald Alison. The feudal conception of money was something to...
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