The Suppressed History of American Banking: How Big Banks Fought Jackson, Killed Lincoln, and Caused the Civil War

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Bear & Company
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5.9 X 8.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author
Xaviant Haze is a researcher of ancient manuscripts and alternative history, exploring and documenting his findings on lost cities and the myths of the pre-diluvian world. The coauthor of The Suppressed History of America, he lives in South Beach, Florida.
"Excellent history and research by Xaviant Haze. It is rare to find someone who takes the time to discover true history. This book puts so much into perspective. I am grateful to Xaviant for bringing all of this information to public knowledge."--Stewart A. Swerdlow, cofounder of, researcher, lecturer, and author of True World His
"I can say with enthusiasm that this is one of the best high overviews of the subject I have read."--Joseph P. Farrell, author ofBabylon's Banksters
"Very smart people always say if you want to discover the truth about almost anything, 'follow the money!' Well, if you want to discover some truth about money in America, read Xaviant Haze's The Suppressed History of American Banking!"--John Barbour, actor, comedian, television host, and writer and director of the documentary film The
The old adage "follow the money" rings true in this second book in the Suppressed History series by Xaviant Haze (the first with co-author Paul Schrag). The theme running through is the role of the powerful Rothschild banking family from the post-American Revolution days to the end of the Civil War. From working behind the scenes with King George III to funding the 1812-14 war on America, fomenting economic crises and sponsoring both sides of the Civil War, the Rothschilds went all out to get their own way.
Yet this is also the story of those who stood up to them. Andrew Jackson, for example, was elected President in 1828 and spent his early days in office weeding out Rothschild agents. In 1835, as Jackson fought the Second Bank of America, the Rothschild family paid a mentally unstable man to assassinate him, but the bid failed. In 1865, another Rothschild hired hand, the actor John Wilkes Booth, succeeded in assassinating President Lincoln who had riled the banking family by having state banks issue "greenbacks". The Rothschilds, Haze writes, conspired to destroy what was a successful monetary system, creating yet another recession and exerting more control over the people.
The sub-theme of Haze's book is the discovery over the decades of giant skeletons, reported in the press of the day, and the interest of several Presidents in the subject. It's an intriguing book with a treasure-trove of archival images.--Nexus