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Does the United States need a national bank? This question was at the heart of one of the most notable political battles in the early United States. Professor Brian Dimitrovich of Sam Houston State University explains the history of the national bank and explains why even today economists debate whether there is a need for a national bank.

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      alexander hamilton, american history, economics, andrew jackson, bank of the united states, federal reserve, constitution, james madison, mcculloch v. maryland, thomas jefferson, roger taney

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      English

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