Billions for Bankers--Debts for the People

by Sheldon Emry


In 1901 the national debt of the United States was less than $1 billion. It stayed at less than $1 billion until
we got into World War I. Then it jumped to $25 billion.

The national debt nearly doubled between World War I and World War II, increasing ...

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