Many of the founders were incredibly apprehensive at the possibility for governments to adopt centralized banks, such as Thomas Jefferson and Roger Sherman. Notably, Jefferson himself plainly wrote that he considered such banks to be more dangerous than standing armies.
Monthly Archives: December 2013
It is necessary to delve farther into Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address (March 4, 1861) to bring additional analysis to this man and his thought processes, which often stand in complete contradiction to the Lincoln most people learn about today. Dissection of this speech is necessary to prove Lincoln’s real motives do not fit the narrative that is often given by historians and those who praise this man to the fullest extent.