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repudiation of state debts a study in the financial history of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Michigan, and Virginia. by William Amasa Scott

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Published by T.Y. Crowell & Co. in New York, Boston .
Written in English

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  • Repudiation.

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StatementBy William A. Scott ...
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LC ClassificationsHJ8224 .S4
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 325 p.
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23328648M
LC Control Number09033908
OCLC/WorldCa6314846

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American Repudiation of Debts. Dec. 16, probably forgetting that maxim of the school book which teaches that the first element for "history" is truth. I question if even the State of.   The Bank War and the Repudiation of Private Debts. As well as repudiating the Mississippi Union Bank bonds in , the state effectively repudiated the debts owed to the state banks. Beginning that year, legislative acts and the courts disabled the state banks from collecting debts by becoming hypertechnical when it considered pleas from other.   Trotsky, who presided over the soviet of St Petersburg (capital of Russia until March ), explained in his autobiography that the arrest of its entire leadership on December 3, was triggered by the publication of a manifesto in which the elected members of the council appealed for the repudiation of debts contracted by the Tsarist regime. ation of State Debts treat, to quote from the author's preface, of " those features of our constitutional law, state and national, which bear upon the subject of the repudiation of state debts." Here are considered the rights and powers of the states to break contracts, and of the fed- eral court to enforce contracts against a state.