This is an intensive examination of the financial and political
considerations that shaped North Carolina's public financial policy
during the confederation. The study emphasizes the relationship
between domestic and state-funded financial policies and explores
the influence that both those areas had upon North Carolina's
attitude toward the prospect of a stronger central government.
Originally published 1969.
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