XXXIII – REFERENCES

 

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WORKS CITED

  1. Agursky, Mikhail. “Soviet Disinformation and Forgeries.” International Journal on World Peace 6.1 (Jan-Mar 1989): 13-30.
  2. Besedovsky, Grigory. Revelations of a Soviet Diplomat. London: Williams & Norgate, 1931.
  3. Chace, William M. “The Canto as Cento: A Reading of Canto XXXIII.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 1 (1972): 89-100.
  4. Isenberg, Nancy. White Trash: The 400 Year Untold History of Class in America. New York: Viking, 2016. p. 101-2. Google books.
  5. Marx, Karl. The Capital. A Critique of Political Economy. vol. I. New York: The Modern Library, 1906. Internet Archive.
  6. Ten, Eyck, David. Ezra Pound’s Adams Cantos. London: Bloomsbury 2012.
  7. Theognis. “X.” The Works of Hesiod, Callimachus and Theognis. Translated by John Hookham Frere [Malta, 1842]. London: Bohn’s Classical Library, 1866. 442.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. “About the Federal Reserve” Federal Reserve.gov.
  2. “Albemarle Barracks. ” Wikipedia.
  3. “Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington.” Wikipedia.
  4. “Bonapartist.” Britannica online. Wikipedia.
  5. “Charles Latour Rogier.” Britannica.com.
  6. “David Humphreys.” Wikipedia.
  7. “Does the Federal Reserve print money?” St. Louis Fed.org.
  8. “Eugene Meyer.” Wikipedia.
  9. “Federal Reserve Board.” Federal reserve.gov.
  10. “Gustavus Franklin Swift.” Wikipedia.
  11. “Jack Cade.” Wikipedia.
  12. “kalos k’agathos.” Wikipedia.
  13. “Merino sheep and wool.” Wikipedia.
  14. “Philip Danforth Armour.” Wikipedia.
  15. “Sinclair Oil Company.” Wikipedia.
  16. “The dollar.” Investopedia
  17. “The Mather Brown Portraits of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams.” YouTube, 6 November 2017.
  18. “Thomas Cromwell.” Wikipedia.
  19. “Wat Tyler.” Wikipedia.
  20. “Whig party.” Wikipedia.

 

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. “Map of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks.” Federal Reserve.gov.
  2. Anon. “Nicolas Caritat, Marquis de Condorcet.” Oil on canvas, ca 1794. Paris: Palace of Versailles. Wikipedia.
  3. Anon. “The Death of Wat Tyler.” Jean Froissart Chronicles. Book illumination, 1483. Wikipedia.
  4. Anon. Wang Jing Wei and Chiang Kai-Shek.” Photograph, 1926. Wikimedia Commons.
  5. Anon. William P. G. Harding. Photograph, 1914. Washington DC: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commons
  6. Brown, Mather. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson. Oil on canvas, 1786. Monticello. YouTube, 6 November 2017.
  7. Brown, Mather. Portrait of John Adams. Oil on canvas, 1786. Monticello. YouTube, 6 November 2017.
  8. Holbein, Hans. “Thomas Cromwell.” Oil on panel, ca. 1533. New York: Frick Collection. Wikimedia Commons.
  9. Keppler, Udo, J. “Interstate Commerce Commission.” Cartoon, Puck 75.1931 (1914). Washington: Library of Congress. Wikiwand.
  10. Kratec, L. Napoleon at St. Helena. Watercolour, 1894.
  11. Lawrence, Thomas. “Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington.” Oil on canvas, 1815. London: Apsley House. Wikimedia Commons.
  12. Mack, Adam. John Cam Hobhouse. Watercolour, 1818. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum.
  13. Mayal, J. J. E. Karl Marx. Photograph, ca. 1875. Wikimedia Commons.
  14. Peale, Rembrandt. Thomas Jefferson. Oil on canvas, 1800. White House Historical Association.
  15. Stuart, Gilbert. John Adams. Oil on canvas, 1826. Washington DC: Smithsonian American Art Museum. Smithsonian.
  16. Sully, Thomas. Patrick Henry. Oil on canvas, 1815. Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg Museum.

 

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