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Us Treasury or Federal Reserve Note

Post by Neno on Thu May 23, 2013 7:00 pm

Do you know the difference and if so, what would you rather being using in America as your currency?

Little help below.

Definition of 'Greenback'


A slang term for U.S.
paper dollars. Greenbacks got their name from their color, however, in
the mid-1800s, "greenback" was a negative term. During this time, the
Continental Congress did not have taxing authority. As a result, the
greenbacks did not have a secure financial backing and banks were
reluctant to give customers the full value of the dollar.
Investopedia explains 'Greenback'


It took half a century to get all the foreign coins and
competing state currencies out of circulation, but by the early 1800s,
the U.S.
was ready to try the paper money experiment again. Bank notes had been
in circulation for a while, but because banks issued more notes than
they had coin to cover, these notes often traded at less than face
value.

In the 1860s, the U.S. created over $400 million in legal tender to finance
its war against itself. These were called greenbacks simply because the
backs were printed in green. The government backed this currency and
stated that it could be used to pay back public and private debts. The
value fluctuated according to the North's success or failure at certain
stages in the war. Confederate dollars, also issued during the 1800s,
followed the fate of the confederacy and were worthless by the end of
the war.
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/g/greenback.asp


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Re: Us Treasury or Federal Reserve Note

Post by Neno on Thu May 23, 2013 7:14 pm

Real Good read below...

http://ecclesia.org/forum/uploads/bondservant/greenbackP.pdf


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