Other Letters and Papers Circulated to Gold Commission Members from Members of the Public

Report to the Congress of the Commission on the Role of Gold in the Domestic and International Monetary Systems

March 1982

Contents of the Commission's Permanent Record


Volume 7


X. Other Letters and Papers Circulated to Gold Commission Members from Members of the Public

— American Bankers Association, Economic Advisory Committee, "Views on the Prospective Imposition of a Gold Standard," January 21, 1982.

— Biederman, E.W., a letter to Mr. Ralph Korp, Director, Office of International Monetary Affairs, December 11, 1981.

— Bombay Bullion Association, Vol 1 No 3 of the Bullion Bulletin, December, 1979; Volume II No 5 of the Bullion Bulletin, February, 1981.

— Busiek, Miley, letter and brochure suggesting a design for the proposed gold coin, March 3, 1982.

— California Republican Assembly, A Resolution concerning Return to the Gold Standard, September 25, 1981.

— Collins, Barry R., letter to Secretary Regan, July 6, 1981.

— Durell, Edward, two letters, FeDruary 4 and 9, 1982.

— Gold Bondholders Protective Council, Memorandum to the Gold Commission, September 8, 1981.

— Grogran, Michael, letter to Chairman Volcker, October, 1981.

— Haw, Richard C., a letter to Secretary Regan with a pamphlet "Golden Age for Rhodesia," July 1, 1981.

— Hopkins, Stephen D., letter to Secretary Regan, August 21, 1981.

— Katz, Howard S., Memorandum for the Gold Commission: A reply to Anna Schwartz, September 9, 1981.

— Kingsbury, Edward, letters to Secretary Regan, David Stockman, with paper attached, "The Gold Standard at the Threshold," July 15, 1981.

— Jurow, Keith, an article, "Too Early for Gold," from the Holt Investment Advisory, October 23, 1981.

— Larocque, Gerald L., letter to Secretary Regan, January 20, 1982.

— Mandle, Ronald I., letter to the Editor of WSJ, November 9, 1981.

— McMillan, George, letter to Secretary Regan, September 24, 1981.

— Nordt, Paul W., letter to Secretary Regan and pamphlet, "Why Worry? It's Only Money," October 29, 1981..

— Popp, Edward E., letter to Secretary Regan with memorandum attached to the Gold Commission concerning the "Items that Make up the Money Supply," October 10, 1981.

— Puffer, K. Hart, a paper, "Lord John Maynard Keynes," October 21, 1981, and Memorandum to the Gold Commission, January 1982.

— Schoen, Edgar J., a paper, "The Undisciplined Dollar," April 1980.

— Seggerman, G. A., Memorandum to the Gold Commission, September 21, 1981.

— Seligman, David, newsletter, December 8, 1981.

— Sinclair, James E., letter to Secretary Regan, September 21, 1981.

— Sykes, Grant, letter to Secretary Regan with attached paper "How to Implement a Gold Standard as an Effective Instrument of Fiscal Policy," January 18, 1982.

—Travis, Lewie L., letter to Secretary Regan with an article attached, "A Way Out of the Gold Commission's Dilemna," by Richard Rahn, October 22, 1981.

 

Kathleen M. Packard, Publisher
Ralph J. Benko, Editor

In Memoriam
Professor Jacques Rueff
(1896-1978)

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