James Laurence Laughlin. Much of it, notably his History of Bimetallism in the United States (1885), consisted of a thorough and extremely careful presentation of historical evidence on the development of money and monetary institutions.
James Laurence Laughlin. This article is about the economist. But Laughlin also wrote extensively on monetary and banking theory, and on proposals for monetary reform. His work on these topics was marred by a dogmatic and rigid opposition to the quantity theory of money, an opposition that developed out of his public activities opposing the free silver movement.
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Laughlin states in the introduction that his aim is to present only the facts bearing on the experiments of the United States with metallic money. No special attention, therefore, has been devoted to the theory of bimetallism or to the larger principles of money involved in current discussions. In a historical study, such as this aims to be, there is neither space nor propriety for an extended treatment of principles.
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James Laurence Laughlin was born in Deerfield, Ohio in 1850 and went on to receive a PhD from Harvard University. He was a conservative economist who objected to bimetallism. He prepared an abridgment of Mill's Political Economy (1884) and wrote many important books on macroeconomics and monetary policy.
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