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|Joe||Posted: Jul 10, 2012 - 11:59|
One of the great villains to the anti-FED Conspiracy Theorists is Alexander Hamilton. Their claim being that there was a big debate between Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson of the Bank Bill of 1791 which created the First Bank of the United States; witch according to them Jefferson claimed was unconditional. From there they all go to crazy town claims that Hamilton was a Rothschild Agent or that he was married to a Rothschild. I will admit that I do not know that much about the First Bank of the United States; so I was wondering if anybody could fill me in on the historical back ground of this Conspiracy Theory?
Edit: There appears to actully have been a debate between Hamilton and Jefferson over the First Bank of the United States being Conditional or not. But again it was no-where to what the CTers believed it to be. I am providing a good link that debunks this and other anti-Fed Myths.
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