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by William Hope Harvey
Author: William Hope Harvey
Publisher: Hyperion Press (1975)
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William Hope "Coin" Harvey was an American teacher, businessman, author, and politician best remembered for his views and his book on bimetallism and the health resort he built in Northwest Arkansas, Monte Ne.
William Hope "Coin" Harvey was an American teacher, businessman, author, and politician best remembered for his views and his book on bimetallism and the health resort he built in Northwest Arkansas, Monte Ne. His enthusiasm for silver money was later incorporated into both the Democratic and the American Populist Party in the early 1890s.
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William Hope "Coin" Harvey (August 16, 1851 – February 11, 1936) was an American lawyer, author, politician, and health resort owner best remembered as a prominent public intellectual advancing the idea of monetary bimetallism. His enthusiasm for the use of silver as legal tender was later incorporated into the platforms of both the People's Party and the Democratic Party in the early 1890s
He is also the author of The Liberal Tradition in America. For Hartz, with America lacking the foundation that inspires socialism and conservatism, America will never experience a strong and authentic socialist or conservative movement
He is also the author of The Liberal Tradition in America. For Hartz, with America lacking the foundation that inspires socialism and conservatism, America will never experience a strong and authentic socialist or conservative movement. Hartz analyzes this through a discussion on the conservatives and the social democrats in the United States (the Romantic Nationalists of the South and the New Dealers of the more recent past). As Hartz notes, leading southern ‘conservatives’ actually started out their careers as liberal Jeffersonians.
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Coin on Money, Trusts and Imperialism, 1899. Harvey, William Hope was born on August 16, 1851 in Buffalo, West Virginia, United States. Son of Colonel Robert Trigg and Anna Maria (Hope) Harvey. The Remedy, 1915; Common Sense, 1920. rnBrochure The Book (setting forth cause and remedy of present world conditions), 1930. Builder of pyramid at Monte Ne, Arkansas Chief executive officer World’s Money Ednl. Nominated as candidate of Liberty Party for president of the United States, August 1931. rnHome: Monte Ne, Arkansas. Educated Buffalo Academy and Marshall College, West Virginia.
Coin, as he came on the platform, was greeted with applause by about one-half the audience, while the other half sat silently in their seats.
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