A Republic If We Can Keep It is a book whose purpose can be neatly summed up by the famous quote: “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”    It is a collection of 56 essays on economic history, written with the intent of better understanding our present situation and future options by gaining a solid grasp of the key economic events of  the United States and the modern world.   The book includes essays covering people from James Madison to John D. Rockefeller, issues ranging from financing wars to paying down the national debt, and various economic policies and programs of our nation’s history that have worked – or not worked.


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