Jonathan Duncan
The Bank Charter Act (1857)

Joseph Root
Catechism of Money (1876)

James Harvey
Paper Money (1877)

Mark Pomeroy
Greenback Catechism (1877)

William Royall
 Andrew Jackson and the Bank of the United States (1880)

Ignatius Donnelly
The American People’s Money (1896)
The author of ‘Atlantis: the antediluvian world’ and publisher of Anti-Monopolist was a friend of greenbacks.

James Weaver
A Call to Action

June Grem
The Money Manipulators (1971)

Retford Currency Society
How can paper money increase wealth ? (1849)

Greenbacks (1864)
or the evils and the remedy of using promise to pay to the bearer on demand as a measure of value, by Observer.

Wolvix John Drew
Our Currency (1874)
Our Money Muss (1874)

Sarah Emery
Seven Financial Conspiracies (1887)
The foremost propagator of the mythological Lincoln who did not exist in real life. Sarah Emery's heart may have been in the right place, but her 'facts' were surely not.

Mary E. Hobart
Errors in Our Monetary System. (1891)
‘the dullest dullard belonging to that species of the genus homo known as the American voter’
The Secret of the Rothschilds (1898)

Alexander del Mar
Story of the Gold Conspiracy (1895)

Theodore Jerolaman
History and Science of Money (1896)

Charles Coughlin
 Driving out the Money Changers (1933)

Gertrude Coogan
Money Creators (1935)

Silas Adams
  Legalized Crime of Banking (1958)

David C. Cloud
  Monopolies and the People (1873)
A Granger’s views upon the oppressions and abuses practiced by corporations and combinations of men who are apparently getting a controlling influence over the commerce, finances, and government of the country.

Gustavus Myers
History of Tammany Hall (1917)
History of the Great American Fortunes (1910)
History of the Supreme Court of the United States (1912)
A History of Canadian Wealth (1914)
From day one, the United States had the best government money could buy.

Richard Pettigrew
Triumphant Plutocracy (1922)
The convention which framed the Constitution of the United States was composed of fifty-five members.  A majority were lawyers—not one farmer, mechanic or laborer.  Forty owned Revolutionary Scrip.  Fourteen were land speculatorsTwenty-four were money-lendersEleven were merchantsFifteen were slave-holders.  They made a Constitution to protect the rights of property and not the rights of man,

Francis Adams
       Chapters of Erie and other essays (1871)
A hard money man on Jay Gould, railways, stock-watering.

Charles Beard
An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States

Robert Thompson
 Elements of Political Economy (1875)

Edmund Walsh
The Fall of the Russian Empire (1928)

Matthew Josephson
   The Robber Barons (1934)

Arthur N Field
The truth about the Slump (1936)

William Guy Carr
Pawns in the Game (1958)
Isaac Disraeli
Charles the First (1828)
It was fated that England should be the theatre of the first of a series of Revolutions which is not yet finished.

Una Birch
Secret Societies and the French Revolution (1911)
It remained for the utopians of the eighteenth century so to interpret the symbolism of the secret societies, so to affiliate them, and so to organise the forces of masonry, mysticism and magic, as for a few years to unite them into a power capable not only of inspiring but of precipitating the greatest social upheaval of Christendom
Nesta Webster
The French Revolution (1919)
Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (1924)
Titkos Társaságok és Felforgató Mozgalmak

McNair Wilson
Monarchy or Money Power (1932)
Királyság vagy Pénzhatalom
Promise to Pay (1934)
Germaine de Staël (1936)

Eustace Mullins
The World Order (1985)
  Oltásos Gyilkolás
Parasite is not a particular species, but one which has adopted a certain way of life, the way of the parasite.

The Coming Battle
The Bank of England’s Charters
Benjamin Heath The Greenback Dollar
Albert Gallatin, Currency and Banking
Clifford Douglas, Land for the Chosen
Bella Dodd, School of Darkness
McGeer, Conquest of Poverty
Original Mr. Jacobs
Manly P Hall, The Secret Destiny of America