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Posts tagged banking regulation

August 19, 2013

 

aisle view facing altar inside country church

Pulpit or Politics: An Indiana Minister In Congress

When Gilbert De La Matyr began to preach currency reform and condemn capital, he was accused in the press and by many in the church of communism.

March 26, 2012

 

Women Members of Congress, 1938

Virginia Jenckes: Populist, Patriot, Iconoclast

Jenckes became politically engaged in the 1920s, when she observed firsthand how the lack of public flood control programs affected farmers’ livelihoods.

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