The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
VOLUME XVIII. Later National Literature, Part III.

XXIV. Economists

§ 14. Currency

Much the same may be said about the controversies on the currency, which produced only a few works of more than passing interest. Worthy of mention are E. Lord’s Principles of Currency (1829), W. M. Gouge’s A Short History of Paper Money and Banking (1833) and The Fiscal History of Texas (1852), W. Beck’s Money and Banking (1839), R. Hildreth’s Banks, Banking, and Paper Currencies (1840), and Dunscombe’s Free Banking (1841). In the later period we may call attention to J. A. Ferris’s The Financial Economy of the United States (1867).