St. Mary's Law Journal
This Article demonstrates the United States dollar has been unconstitutional since at least the Civil War. Congresses and central bankers often weaken its value. In a previous article, the Author demonstrated that the largely valueless dollar causes human poverty and environmental damage. If Congress restores the dollar’s constitutionality by returning to a silver dollar coin standard of adequate value (at least 371.25 grains of fine silver per dollar), human economies and the environment will become more sustainable.
St. Mary's University School of Law
Heather C. Montoya
Dollars That Devalue are Unconstitutional,
St. Mary's L.J.
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